The territory of Fumane is characterised by a wide variety of landscapes: in the lower band there are expanses of vineyards together with slopes of olive groves and pine forests, which give way in the mountain area to woods and meadows. Everything is dominated by the imposing profile of Monte Pastello and the unmistakable 'wounds' of the red marble quarries.
Human presence in the area dates back to prehistoric times; artefacts dating from the Palaeolithic to the Bronze Age have been found. In the hamlet of Molina, a prehistoric archaeological site considered among the most important in Europe has been brought to light: the Grotta di Fumane.
Fumane also offers many natural sites such as the Molina Waterfall Park and the trails along the streams of the Valle dei Progni.
If, on the other hand, you are passionate about art and culture, then a visit to the mysterious Villa della Torre and the Sanctuary of La Madonna delle Salette is for you.