Roman Villa (I-II century a.C.)
Palazzo Pignatelli (XVII century) and the Museum Umberto Nobile (North Pole explorer born in Lauro).
Church of S. Maria della Pietà (XVII century)
The beautiful Lancellotti Castle
The Biancovestiti, commemoration of the Passion of Christ on Good Friday.
Lauro has various cappuccino bars, (one mostly famous for its sweets and another for its ice creams) and a small supermarket, all at short walking distance.
A list of local restaurants will be given to guests upon arrival.
Lauro is also known for the “naif” paintings decorating its main streets.