Relais Della Rovere
The Relais Della Rovere is a charming location created from the conversion of an ancient Benedictine abbey and a papal villa of the Renaissance period. It owes its name to its most illustrious owner: Cardinal Giuliano Della Rovere, who later became Pope Julius II, remembered as the patron of artists of the calibre of Michelangelo and Raphael.
Set in Colle Val d'Elsa, in the heart of the Tuscan countryside, close to the renowned Chianti region, it is strategically located among Siena, Florence, San Gimignano and Volterra.
An ideally convenient starting point to visit the most interesting cultural tourism sites in Tuscany.