Lamezia Terme International Airport
is located 10 minutes outside of Lamezia Terme. There is a bus service that is operated by "Lamezia Multiservizi" that that runs from the airport to Lamezia Terme. The bus stop is located outside the terminal. The bus journey is approximately 20 minutes; cost is €0.77. Please see www.sacal.it
for more information. There is also a taxi rank in front of the terminal. A taxi to Lamezia Terme will takes approximately 15 minutes; cost is €20.20.
Lamezia Activites & Tours
Book your cheap flight to Lamezia Terme and you can visit the beautiful mountains of the region
(Pollino, Sila, Serre and Aspromonte), bathe yourself in the warm and clear waters of Tropea,
the pearl of the Mediterranean and live breathless emotions on the Ionian coast where Soverato and Capo Rizzuto are.
If you love the sea, Calabria offers spectacular coastlines: from the Tyrrhenian to the Ionian Sea.
From the Isle of Dino, in the province of Cosenza to Pizzo Calabro downwards Tropea with its marvellous scenarios.
Going southward the mythological Scilla, dividing the Tyrrhenian from the Stretto di Messina.
And finally realax in Soverato and the Gulf of Squillace with its golden beaches and sparkling night life.
Calabria is also a land of Dolce Vita.
Hundreds hotels and villages on the ground that arise from the beaches of Calabria.
In many of these is the music to accompany the passing of time.
Lamezia Food & Drink
This land kissed by the sun, fate has also given a unique culinary heritage.
From the sea comes the fish, good and tasty, from mountains and hills sublime flavors and seasonings.
The Soverato pepper, the onion of Tropea, season and embellish the typical cuisine of Calabria,
characterised by this special mix of tastes that delights and enchants the most refined palates.
Calabria is also a land of wine. An example of all the Cirò Doc
The Tyrrenian Coast 800 kilometres of coast!!! The Calabrian region is an integral part of the Mediterranean. The coastline from Tortora to Reggio Calabria is full of beaches, cliffs, typical fisherman villages like San Nicola Arcella, the island of Dino, Scalea, Cirella, Pizzo, Tropea, Scilla, Reggio Calabria which are only some of the well-equipped internationally renowned resorts capable of offering excellent standards of hospitality.
The Ionian CoastYou will be pleasantly surprised by this coast from the wonderful white sandy beaches to the old towns where time seems to have stood still hidden in the hills and beyond. Along the Ionian coast evidence of the ancient civilisation of the Magna Grecia can be seen in some of the larger centres of this beautiful coast such as Sibari, Crotone, Catanzaro, Soverato, Roccella and Locri.
Art and CultureThe Calabrian towns and cities have a wealth of artistic and cultural roots which can be admired in the museums of Reggio Calabria, Locri, Sibari, Crotone, Vibo and the churches and castles. The museum of Reggio Calabria is a must for all visitors to this region not only because of the many artefacts from the Magna Grecia but above all to get a glance at the famous "Bronzi di Riace" ( two bronze male statues found just off the coast of Riace in 1972). On the Ionian coast you have an example of Byzantine architecture "La Cattolica" of Stilo from the 10th century. In Crotone you can visit the Aragonese Fort built in the 1400\'s or why not visit Taverna to enjoy the works of the well known Mattia Preti (1600).
GastronomyThe wine of the Gods' and the little, hot peppers accompany many of our Calabrian dishes which have been inspired by the genuine products grown in this generous, sunny land. Each little town will offer you the chance to try its own personalised, traditional fish dishes. You will be overwhelmed by the hospitality not to mention having to choose from local cheeses to salami to fish dishes to home made pasta.