Despite of its moderate dimensions Lardaro offers a wide range of possibilities to its guests.
Once upon a time Lardaro was an almost uncrossable village for all those who wanted to enter Italy, a fact that is testified by the Austro-Hungarian fortresses that can still be visited today. Lardaro is located in the most narrow part of the valley and is a perfect starting point for hikes and excursions in mountain bike. Lardaro, however, is also ideal to simply enjoy the great scenery and also a perfect destination for relaxing.
Remarkable buildings are above all the church dedicated to the decapitation of the archangel Michael. This church dates back to the Middle Ages, between 1739 and 1742 it was rebuilt, in the interior it boasts a precious Mascioni organ.