Laze in Lamezia Terme
Situated in the area that’s considered Europe’s Caribbean thanks to its beautiful beaches and fantastic climate, holidays to Lamezia Terme will serve you well if you’re looking to relax. In sun-splashed southern Italy, there are some great beaches not far away as well as plenty of architecture throughout the streets to complete the atmosphere’s laidback and pretty undertones. History goes hand in hand with pleasure as you look to explore the region’s wineries and ruins, although those who just want to enjoy the spontaneity of finding hidden gems in Lamezia Terme will discover a multitude of attractions characteristic of Italy.
History in abundance
Excellent wines can be found in the cellar of Statti, one of Calabria’s many vineyards and wineries, and there’s nothing more relaxing than sipping on a chilled glass of vino as the sun begins to set in the distance. Olive oil tasting is also something you can get stuck into during holidays in Lamezia Terme, and perhaps underappreciated in the UK, bread and oil will especially go down a treat with the oils an Italian climate provides. Elsewhere there’s a more traditional glimpse into the country’s past, the ruins of Castello Nomanno Svevo and the ever-prominent structure of Bastione di Malta acting as intrigues in the area. Travelling further afield will introduce you to the region’s golden beaches, the city of Crotone offering a good mix of stunning sands and a sense of interest among its many landmarks. Le Castella is the epitomising combination of this mixture; once a stronghold overlooking the seas for invading pirates, now overlooks excited holidaymakers enjoying the beach and crystal clear waters – not to be missed, that’s for sure. Lamezia Terme holidays can be a great way to explore southern Italy, and although there’s plenty to do in the town, it’s well-situated in selflessly providing so much more.