Right at its heart, the village boasts the oldest monument of Formigine: St. James parish church. The ancient building still maintains the external sandstone ashlars cladding and the small but visible mullioned window between the church and the parsonage. The lavish inlaid marble altar dates back the middle of the XVIII century. On the road to Castelnuovo Rangone, the village features one of the best golf courses in Italy, covering more than a 100 hectares with a full 18-hole competition course. Colombaro’s country side is rich with historical villas. Villa Maria on Tiepido, just next to the golf course, was built in the late XIX century in a luxurious eclectic stile at the request of the well-known oenologist and agronomist Francesco Aggazzotti.