The region of Campobasso, Isernia, and Termoli, Molise is Italy's best kept secret; it is full of architectural sites from Romanesque castles to Samnite churches, abbeys, and sanctuaries. The landscape is characterized by Tratturi: the historic trails of seasonal migration that join the pastures of Abruzzo to those of Puglia. With locally-grown ingredients and a sheep farming tradition, Molise's culinary experience focuses on regional food, like maccheroni alla chitarra with Isernia truffles, pasta e fagioli, lamb offal with polenta, caciocavallo, scamorza, and burrino, a butter-filled cheese.