Nature & Landscape

From the Conca d’Oro in Panzano to the reliefs of Radda and Gaiole, where magnificent woods of holm oaks and cypresses alternate with the stretches of vines and olive trees, Fattoria Le Fonti surroundings are a continuous invitation to discovery. Venturing along the country roads to discover the ancient villages of Chianti, capturing the continuous variation of colors and lights in the Tuscan landscape and experiencing the warm welcome of the locals are moments of absolute privilege.

Preservation of the territory, care of the historical and artistic heritage, quality of social relations, excellent food and wine productions: these are the key points that make Chianti Classico the favorite destination for the discerning and curious tourists. And for lovers of the unspoiled nature, Tuscany’s numerous parks and nature reserves are easily accessible by car.

Tuscany is a magical landscape where everything is kind around, everything is old and new.

Curzio Malaparte

Art cities

Located in the exact half of the Florence-Siena route and a few minutes from San Gimignano, Fattoria Le Fonti represents the ideal place to enjoy the tranquility of country life and, at the same time, the charm of the famous Tuscan cities of art with their priceless artistic treasures . The particular geographical location also makes it easy to reach any corner of the region by car, including the splendid Tyrrhenian coast.


The city of the Medici - Cradle of the Renaissance and a UNESCO World Heritage Site - is an inexhaustible source of art, culture and beauty. Unmissable stops of a visit are the countless wonderful religious and civil buildings next to it and the glorious museums that hold masterpieces by the great Italian artists. Strolling along the streets where Michelangelo, Brunelleschi and Dante Alighieri walked still gives an unspeakable emotion.


Historic rival of Florence, Siena boasts a perfectly preserved historic center that still shows itself as it appeared in the 1300s, where the famous Piazza del Campo stands out, overlooked by the Palazzo Pubblico with the Torre del Mangia, the wonderful Duomo with the priceless works of Duccio. The most intense and spectacular moment of city life is undoubtedly the Palio, the oldest and most famous horse race in the world that takes place in Piazza del Campo.

San Gimignano

With its multitude of towers sticking out against the horizon, San Gimignano is one of the most iconic destinations in Tuscany. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1990, San Gimignano, also called the “Manhattan of the Middle Ages,” owes its fame to the incredible quantity of towers that rose above the rooftops of the small town, as many as 65 during the days of the town’s heyday. Today the still remaining thirteen towers make up a distinctly unique skyline that can be clearly seen from Fattoria Le Fonti.

Distance from the main places of interest

Florence 43 km - 40 min.

Siena 35 km – 30 min.

San Gimignano 17 km – 15 min.

Radda in Chianti 31 km – 45 min.

Volterra 40 km – 44 min.

Montalcino 75 km – 1 hour 10 min.

Castiglione della Pescaia 132 km – 1hour 56 min.