The characteristic village of the fiemmese Daiano (Daian in trentino dialect) is located on the road that from Cavalese leads to Lavazé Pass. Just a few steps away from the village of Varena, is the village of the valley that can count on the most number of hours of exposure to the sun, resulting optimal goal for who wants to enjoy a relaxing holiday, just a few steps away from the major centers and from the ski slopes.
On the town stands the bell tower to ONION the gothic style church of San Tommaso, built in 1761. The oldest houses overlook sacred frescoes. The buildings have the typical architectural characteristics of the valley, as well as the fountains formed of monoliths that adorn the tracks, or the house "Roman", also called "Castle", also in gothic style and imposing, or even the wooden houses, looking very strict and rustic.
Daiano is also a destination of tourism and gastronomy for its artisan brewery and for the production of Speck. From the country depart naturalistic itineraries that overlook the Lagorai chain. Are close both to the lifts in Pampeago (Ski Center Latemar), both those of the Alpe Cermis. A few kilometers unfolds the plateau of Lavazé from where there is a spectacular sunsets on dolomite groups Rosengarten and Latemar. In winter the step of Lavazé turns into a cradle for cross-country skiing with spectacular trails that wind also in the forest.