For all who loves fishing - you can't miss this lesson about fishing possibilities. It's an old tradition in Termoli to fish using trabucco.. and you can get there fresh fish, fresh seashells every evening.. except of the periods when fishing is forbidden;)
I've heard from local people that this castle is called "Castello Svezzio" (or similar), because it was built (or maybe rebuild) by Swedish king who arrived in Termoli and occupied it and other places around.. Sounds really interesting..
In the castle there is a museum and from time to time they have some visiting exhibitions there - of photography, of bonsai trees etc.
It is the nicest place in the whole city.. I loved walking there and every day and night finding the new little roads, stairs, houses, exits.. It took me quite a long time to get to know the place and be sure where exactly I am standing and where the street I am going will take me..:)
The cathedral of Termoli is a home for the saint Basso - the saint of all sailors and sea lovers.. for the festival of San Basso check my travelogues.