San Lorenzello is tradition, art and pleasure for the senses. The historic centre, which preserves its medieval urban layout, is characterized by small squares, narrow streets and ancient mansions dating back to the 17th-18th centuries. Places to visit include the Church of Maria S.S. della Sanità, with its precious 18th-century majolica, and the parish church annexed to the former Carmelite Convent, currently housing the Permanent Exhibition of Ancient and Modern Ceramics. The village invites visitors to discover the workshops, where the 18th-century tradition of ceramics is handed down from father to son and where it is possible to witness the production of a wide range of majolica artefacts, appreciated all over the world. In San Lorenzello, every last weekend of the month, the antiques fair, MercAntico, takes place, during which the numerous visitors can browse among jewellery, furniture and furnishings and taste typical products, including taralli (m'scuott) with oil, suet, pepper, sugar, plain or twisted. Finally, you can walk through the woods of Mount Erbano, so called because it is rich in medicinal and aromatic herbs, or go back in time a hundred million years, visiting the San Sebastiano Park, which houses the 'City of Dinosaurs'.