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06/12 Mer 08:00 - 23:00
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07/12 Gio 08:00 - 23:00
08/12 Ven 08:00 - 23:00
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10/12 Dom 08:00 - 23:00
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Car rental in Lamezia-Sant'Eufemia airport
Lamezia airport is the most important Calabrian airport and one of the largest in the whole of Southern Italy. It is located in the Sant'Eufemia district
of Lamezia Terme and hosts both domestic and international flights.
How to reach our office
Renting a car in Lamezia Terme will be seamless and practical. As soon as you leave the airport, head to your right towards the car rental area, located a few metres
away, where you will easily locate our offices.
To return the car, just follow the directions to reach us from where you are and you will arrive without any difficulty.
In Lamezia Terme you can choose the car that best suits your needs, you will have all our vehicles in the fleet, with manual or automatic transmission:
small cars, convertibles, SUVs, 9-seater minivans, or luxury cars. If you prefer eco-friendly you can choose
100% electric cars. Recharging vehicles at our stations is free!
Can I also rent a car with a debit card?
To rent a vehicle you need a credit card in the driver's name. In the Lamezia Terme airport office, however, you can rent a car even with a debit card. Please
check the specific conditions relating to this rental formula.
Car rental for novice drivers
Are you between 19 and 22 years old and do you want to hire a car in Lamezia Terme? Young drivers can also collect and drive the
vehicle upon payment of a supplement at the time of booking. However, you must have obtained your driving licence for at least one year and one
day. From the age of 23 onwards, you can rent without any surcharge.
Monthly car rental
If you are looking for a car hire option that allows you to keep possession of the vehicle for a minimum of one month, our monthly rate is ideal
for you! You can extend the rental up to 3 months and choose three mileage ranges: 1,500, 2,500 and 4,000 km per month.
Enjoying a carefree stay in Lamezia Terme will let you savour the finest things this city has to offer. Our optional covers will protect you from any unpleasant
unforeseen events. Find out more!
Return after hours
Do you need to return your car when our offices are closed? You can do it easily with our key box service that allows you to drop off your car
leaving the keys in a special box.
Information on the cost of car rental in Lamezia Terme
We know how important it is to evaluate your online purchases in advance, especially for a complex product like car rental. To find your way around, you could
start reading our useful tips. To help you further we want to give you a clear picture of how much it costs to hire a car in Lamezia
Terme. Rates are subject to frequent variations, even during the same day, based on seasonality, the chosen vehicle category and obviously the actual
days of rental. To provide you with reliable information, we consider the rental for a single day of a city car (group B). Off-peak season
refers to October, November, January, February; midseason December, March, April; peak season the months between May and
|Period ||Daily price |
|Off peak season ||10-25 € |
|Midseason ||25-35 € |
|Peak season ||35-50 € |
Travel starting from Lamezia Terme
At the bottom of the boot-shaped peninsula is the southernmost region of Italy. This is Calabria, and the airport of Lamezia Terme represents the optimal hub
for visiting these places rich in history, art, traditions and rough and ancient beauty.
The city, located between the sea and the mountains, can also offer you a kaleidoscopic taste of Calabria. So, taking matters in order, let's begin the journey
to discover Lamezia, known since ancient times for its Terme di Caronte. Here the sulphurous waters, rich in beneficial sulphur, will give you
a moment of relaxation between baths, mud baths and beauty treatments.
In Lamezia, it is history that reigns supreme. A path that winds from prehistoric times to the late Renaissance and which will lead you back over the centuries
to discover the noble origins of these places: the remains of the Swabian-Norman Castle, which is counterbalanced by the imposing
bronze statue of Frederick II made in the city centre in 2009; the abbey complex of S. Maria commissioned by Roberto il
Guiscardo in 1062; the Bastione di Malta, a mighty lookout fortification dated in the mid-16th century; the Lametine Archaeological
Museum offers the visitor valuable evidence from prehistoric times to the Middle Ages. For lovers of ecclesiastical history, we suggest a visit to the
Diocesan Museum, one of the richest and most important in the south. Between one site and another, do not miss to taste the local cuisine, also
an expression of millenary culture and timeless popular traditions, simple but tasty flavours to try absolutely in the typical Lametine taverns: capocollo,
frittole, grispelle and, if you are in the area at Christmas it is a must to taste the pitta n'chiusa, biscuit dough flowers filled with honey and raisins, a
What to see outside Lamezia Terme
Seaside or mountain? A Hamletic question for those who are about to discover the places with a rental car. The coast will offer you an incomparable marine
experience: a succession of small villages dotted with long tongues of sand, wonderful cliffs, pebbly ravines lapped by blue and crystalline waters. You can
start from Falerna Marina, the closest sea of the Lametines, and immediately climb towards Amantea, an enchanting mediaeval
village, perched on a hill, full of charm and traditions. Then continue towards Belmonte Calabro, a thirteenth-century jewel where everything
seems to be suspended in time: away from the noise and bustle of the city, Belmonte is the ideal place for a full immersion in the quiet and purest nature.
A little further on you will come across one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, Fiumefreddo Bruzio, consisting of ancient houses, alleys
and stone arcades perched on a hill overlooking the sea and a postcard view. Continue the path towards the sea of Torremezzo di Falconara and then, if you want
a cinematic experience from a set, go to the village of San Lucido, its historic centre will literally bewitch you! The Calabrian coast stretches
into a series of small towns and beaches without interruption, such as that of Diamante, which in the name refers to the purity of its waters or San Nicola
Arcella, which in the Riviera dei Cedri boasts the famous and suggestive beach of Arcomagno. To finish in triumph, reach the renowned Maratea,
the pearl of the Mediterranean, dominated by the statue of Christ the Redeemer, a place where sea, landscape, architecture and culture come together in a set
of rare beauty.
Not to overlook is the Calabrian hinterland which has one of the most renowned naturalistic and faunal reserves in Italy in the Sila National Park.
This route will take you to discover small villages and ancient traditions where nature joins the conviviality of good traditional food. Educational farms, such as
Camigliatello on the slopes of the park are at home here. But the real thrill is the centuries-old trees, such as the giants of the Sila, very tall
larch pines over 400 years old! A visit to the abbey of San Giovanni in Fiore, for a quiet break and fascinating mediaeval history and, to close the
tour, a lake boat trip on Lake Arvo: a panorama that will last forever in your finest memories.