Parco Intercomunale del Lago Moro
Lying within the confines of the Lake Moro Park of Supramunicipal Interest, this park encompasses three hillside towns, Crape, Simoni and Luine. It offers three separate itineraries and over 100 rocks made of characteristic purplish-red Simona stone. The variety and age of the carvings (some of the most ancient depictions can been seen here) and the presence of a prehistoric settlements make Luine a place of exceptional interest. The rock carvings display scenes depicting hunts, battles, daily life and religious symbols dating from the 10th and 11th millennium to the end of the 1st millennium B.C. The park has its own educational centre.