The village of Moravany nad Váhom is best known for the discovery of a famous statue from the Paleolithic period - the Moravian Venus. It lies on the left bank of the Váh only a few kilometers from Piešťany. That is why tourism is much more developed here than in other villages in the area. The seat of Moravany nad Váhom developed as a municipality with a predominantly agricultural character. The population subsisted by growing hops and vines or weaving hemp cloth. There was also a paper mill, a match shop, a mill and a brickyard in the village. The first written evidence of the village, at that time belonging to the Tematín estate, dates from 1348. The exceptional position of the village in the region was mainly due to the archeological site with significant finds from the Stone Age. Fascinating insights into distant history allow the discovery of stone tools, weapons, jewelry and chipped sculptures. They prove that it was a seasonal camp for mammoth hunters. A jewel among these finds is the well-known statuette of a woman from a mammoth tusk - the Moravian Venus. However, Bratislava Castle has now become her home. The decoration of the village is also a Renaissance manor house from the end of the 16th century. In the park of the manor, art lovers can enjoy the sculptures of Slovak and foreign artists. The oldest monument of the village is the Roman Catholic Church of St. Martin from the 15th century. Local believers can also visit his younger brother, the newer Church of the Rosary of the Virgin Mary.