Considered an archaeological site, it has been the object of several studies. One of the teams, made up of researchers from the Federal University of Espírito Santo (Ufes) and coordinated by the anthropologist Celso Perota, found 11 skeletons of men who lived approximately 4,500 years ago. It was discovered that since the year 1200 the Cave of Limoeiro was inhabited by Indians. In the colonial period it would have been inhabited by tribes of Indians Puris.
The Sacred Way of Forno Grande is a traditional event in the municipality.
The event attracts about 3 thousand people from various cities of the state, traveling a distance of approximately 8 km of great faith, prayer and spirituality.
It begins, in the courtyard of the local Church of the community of Forno Grande, until the top of the hill denominated Thanks to God.