The beach of TermoliTermoli , Italy
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In this webcam you can see the sandy beach of the resort town of Termoli on the shores of the Adriatic Sea in the Molise region, Italy. The beach area, where the online camera is directed to, has a well-developed infrastructure.
On the right in the online camera, there is the watchtower of the resort city, which rises above the beach. Today, the tower houses a restaurant serving local fish specialties.
Termoli, where the live broadcast is coming from, is an Italian seaside resort on the coast of the Molise region. From Termoli, where the live camera is located, it is convenient to go to the picturesque Isole Tremiti archipelago.
Besides the Termoli beach, shown in the online camera, the city has other equally beautiful coastlines marked with the Blue Flag: Spiagge Centrali, Rio Vivo and Sant Antonio.
Termoli in webcam, is surrounded by approximately 30 km of sandy and wild beaches.
The historic center of Termoli, where there is live stream comes from, is called Borgo Vecchio. The main attraction of the resort town, whose beach is shown live, is the 13th century Castello Svevo castle, located on a hill. The citadel was erected by order of Frederick II. Inside the castle, among the medieval streets, there are souvenir shops and colorful houses. Passing along the Svevo fortress, you can go to Piazza Duomo square, where there is a beautiful cathedral of the 11th century.
Among the religious monuments of Termoli with the webcam, Cathedral of Our Lady (Santa Maria della Purificazione or San Basso) of 11th century stands out. The temple became famous all over the world because of Saint Apostle Timothy relics, a disciple of the Apostle Paul, which were discovered during the reconstruction on May 11, 1945 by the priest Biagio d’Agostino.
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