The main draw to Capo di Ponte is the Parco Nazionale delle Incisioni Rupestri, on a rise just 1km out of the town centre on the east side of the river.
Capo di Ponte is home to two other such parks, west of the river. The Parco Archeologico Nazionale dei Massi di Cemmo has two boulders covered with rock art, while the Parco Archeologico Comunale di Seradina-Bedolina is also rich in engravings – and even contains a boulder with the carving of an early topographical map. To reach Parco Archeologico Nazionale dei Massi di Cemmo, head for the town cemetery in Cemmo (you can drive or walk up from the centre), from where it's a 10-minute walk. The Parco Archeologico Comunale di Seradina-Bedolina is a further 500m north.