On a little ride in the west of Fiè di Sotto, there is the village of Peterbühel.
In a sun-drenched position high above the Valle Isarco and on a hill, there is the village of Peterbühl. Basing on findings, Peterbuehel is the most ancient settlement in the village of Fiè and it is presumed that already millenniums BC people had settled in this area.
Particularly beautiful is the little church of S. Pietro, located in a slightly remote position in the green. First mentioned in 1371, around 1500 reconstruction works were carried out. Above the southern portal of reddish sandstone, you can admire the emblem of the Thun and Firmiano families, as well as the crossed keys of San Pietro. Its winged altar is exhibited in the parish museum of Fiè.