Lamezia Terme is a beautiful town in the Province of Catanzaro – centrally located in the mesmerizing Calabrian region. It is sandwiched between the sandy dunes of the Ionian Coast and the dotting cliffs of the Tyrrenhian Coast.
The beautiful historic town, formed from the unification of three towns, is surrounded by countless white, sun-soaked beaches and secluded bays and grottoes that add to the beauty of this picturesque landscape. This ancient city is proud of its historical legacy and natural beauty, which have made it a popular destination in Calabria.
A hub of travelers, the historic city of Lamezia is well known for its Roman and Greek ruins, alpine landscape, and striking, ancient stone villages that lie at the foot of rugged cliffs and headlands running up and down the coast. The area around Lamezia boasts plenty of important artistic sites, including Roman, Norman and Greek temples, and Bourbon palaces. You can’t leave the Calabrian region without exploring this unique historical town!
A fusion of three villages - Nicastro, Sambiase, and Sant’Eufemia di Lamezia - Lamezia Terme extends between the Calabrian Appenines and the Tyrrhenian coastal plain, with significant tourist and economic potential for the entire region of Calabria.
Situated at a stone’s throw from the Tyrrhenian Sea, Lamezia Terme is proud to be among the region’s chief cities, with an international airport that makes travel to and from the majestic city a breeze. A sparsely populated city, Lamezia preserves traces of the Greek colonization, housing some of the finest medals and coins of those times. If you wish to explore the historic past of Calabria, head straight to the beautiful town of Lamezia, which alternates between historic areas and its modern neighborhoods, boasting a remarkable and diverse cultural heritage.