It is an eastern satellite settlement of Uzon, in the 19th century Orbán Balázs characterized it as one of the most attractive Sekler villages. The local Reformed fortress-church is situated on the height above the village; good weather conditions being provided, one can see its tower from a distance.
The fort and a significant part of the medieval church were demolished in 1861, the new one being constructed in 1863. The walls have been preserved in the western and the northern parts of the church. The bell moulded in 1640 by Johannes Neidel is still part of its tower and still being used nowadays.
Bikfalva has the most mansions in the region of Háromszék. There are fourteen houses dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries, which are still inhabited nowadays. The most outstanding buildings of the settlement are: the Páll-Gergely Mansion, the Simon Mansion, which is provided with a stone porch, the Zátyi Mansion, which has been redecorated recently, the Zsigmond House and the Dénes Gyula Mansion. There is an exhibition organized in the local House of Culture, which presents this unique architectural inheritance. In autumn 2009 a fair was organized in the village (namely the Kincse fair) with the purpose of creating a tradition; on this occasion visitors had the chance to see the exhibition.
The settlement is important also from the point of view of rural tourism. In the village there are modern guesthouses and pensions where visitors can look for accommodation.