The centre of the municipality of Fiè the village of Fiè di Sotto.
The chief village of the municipality is the village of Fiè allo Sciliar, which is also the seat of the town-hall, the cultural centre, the school and the parish church. The Maria Assunta church enthrones the village with its high steeple and seems to guard it. First mentioned in 1170, it was renewed between 1515 to 1570 by Leonhard von Voels. Of particular value is a Romanesque crucifix of 1200, which is one of the oldest of South Tyrol.
Inhabited by some 500 people, Fiè di Sotto is located at 870 m asl, situated between the two settlements of Peterbuehel and Fiè di Sopra. Together these villages represent the village of Fiè. In the background, one of the most famous mountains of South Tyrol, which is the Sciliar, rises. This mountain is fabulous terrain for hikers, while for more tranquil walks we recommend you the circular route Völser Rundweg.