Finding the right hotel for your stay in Tuscany on the coast of the Etruscans is the first step to discover this incredible land.
Park Hotel le Fonti is a comfortable and elegant 4 star hotel in Tuscany, located on the most beautiful Volterra hills, where you can admire the coast of the Etruscans.
Inside the Hotel you will find a rich collection of Alabaster statues carved by Master Bessi, a symbol of Volterra and its territory.Volterra
This is a place where you can slow down and rediscover the simplest pleasures, close to the most beautiful historical and naturalistic destinations like Volterra, Siena, Pisa, Lucca and San Gimignano, far from the everyday life’s struggles.
Tuscany is also a land of art, science and culture, with an incredible patrimony well-known worldwide. It’s an open-air museum that can be seen in art cities like Florence, Lucca, Siena and even in small villages, all for you to discover.
The coast of the Etruscans is an area with plenty of treasures and places to discover, where to linger with the wind and immerse yourself in an atmosphere of relaxation and discovery.Territory
Sport e Attività
Thanks to its territory, Tuscany offers the most complete natural gym for those who love sports and active holidays.
There are many beaches to discover, as well as hills and low mountain areas suitable for hiking, cycling and for motorbikes.
Golf courses with natural hills and wonderful spa resorts complement the offer, with many quality facilities available.
For those who love the Italian style it’s possible to rent a Vespa, ideal to move between the Tuscan hills and enjoy this breathtaking territory.
The bond between alabaster and this community is rooted at the very origin of the city. The Etruscans preferred lands and materials suitable for their Necropolis, therefore they chose Volterra for its alabaster fields.
Volterra's alabaster is known throughout worldwide as the most precious and pure in Europe, and its formation dates back to some 7 million years ago.
The Bessi family, owner of the hotel, owes a piece of its history to the alabaster. Cav. Giuseppe Bessi is an illustrious ancestor: an important student of the Florentine School of Art. Known as "The Master", he devoted his talent to alabaster sculptures, leaving behind a production of beautiful female busts.