The church of Santa Restituta: The protector saint of the town was celebrated with a magnificent building of the XIVth century, built on the piazza of the same name in the centre of the town.
The museum and excavation sites of Santa Restituta: the museum annexed to the church has three rooms displaying sacred objects made of silver, antique paintings and statues of the Neapolitan baroque period. The excavation sites have been divided into four areas. The first shows kilnmen’s equipment of the 7th century BC which was used for heating argil; the second contains a grid of walls and tombs carved into the floors of the Roman period as well as a stone altar containing the relics of S Restituta in an urn; the third contains a large room containing objects of Greek origin; the fourth area allows you to visit the Christian cemetery with its many tombs - stacked in piles of three.
Villa Arbusto: Old residence of extraordinary beauty built by the Duke of Atri, Carlo D’Acquaviva, in the XVIIth century on ancient settlements dating back to the Neolithic period and the Bronze Age. It was once the residence of A Rizzoli. It has been recently bought by Lacco Ameno’s town council and turned into a museum.
The Mushroom: Enormous mass of tufa rock eroded by water and wind and transformed into this peculiar shape. It has become the town’s symbol and can be seen in the Marina di Lacco harbour.
S Montano Bay: wonderful bay with a beach bearing the same name; suitable for those who cannot swim or cannot swim very well, thanks to its shallow waters and sandy bottom. You can take a dip or walk in the sea itself at several metres’ distance from the shoreline.
Aragonese Tower: Built in the XVth century by Alfonso I of Aragon and used as a sighting and defence tower against the Saracen pirates.