The town is located on the enchanting Lonaso plateau, and its current town conformation derives from the union of three distinct nuclei of medieval origin.

Fiavè is a small town of about 1000 inhabitants, located in the biotope of the same name which has recently become part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site together with 110 other localities, relevant for the pile-dwelling settlements on the Alps dating back to the prehistoric age.

The history of the town is truly ancient: as early as the third millennium BC, that is to say, from the Bronze Age, the center was permanently inhabited by man through stilts built on the site of an ancient lake, Lake Carera, currently drained.
It has been possible to document the presence of seven different human settlements, dating back to three fundamental prehistoric eras and of extremely relevant archaeological interest.
Recently, in order to facilitate tourist visits, a special museum has been set up in which many indigenous finds are exhibited.
Furthermore, during the summer, it is possible to visit the Fiavè biotope and the pile-dwelling settlements for free, a real pearl for all lovers of archeology.

The town is fundamentally of medieval construction, and there are several monumental testimonies of this origin. In the hamlet of Castel Campo it is possible to find a chapel dating back to the fifteenth century and a loggia from the fifteenth century; in the Ballino area there is also the Camerona, a very large cave located above the inhabited center.

Given its excellent location, the center of Fiavè is ideal not only for winter sports (especially ice skating and curling), but also for excursions and walks in the mountains given the enchanting natural scenery in which the country.