Calabrian park’s cycle network can be travelled in both directions, starting from Laino Borgo or Reggio Calabria.
By air: if you want to travel by air, you can use the airports of Lamezia Terme (domestic and international flights), Reggio Calabria (domestic flights from Milan Linate and Rome Fiumicino with Alitalia) and Crotone (domestic flights from Bologna and Bergamo with Ryanair). At Lamezia Terme airport you’ll find all the areas for packing and unpacking your bicycle and taxi services to reach the cycle route with bikes in tow and Taxi services to reach the cycle route with bikes in tow
By car you can reach various towns crossed by the cycle network or arrive very close to them, both one the Tyrrhenian and the Ionian coasts. From the west, take the Salerno-Reggio Calabria (E45), which runs along the Tyrrhenian coast heading inland in the territories of the Pollino National Park and the Serre Regional Park; from the east, take the state road SS106 Taranto-Reggio Calabria (E90), which travels along the Ionian coast and connects all the panoramic roads that cross Calabria from coast to coast.
By bus: one more way to get to the cycle network and take your bike with you is Flixbus, which connects the main Italian cities with the towns crossed by the cycle network, including Mormanno, Firmo, Tarsia, Bisignano, Acri, in the north, and Reggio Calabria, in the south. In particular, for those arriving by plane or train, Flixbus offers daily connections from Naples Capodichino airport and Salerno railway station.