A few hundred meters from the LE FONTI farmhouse, there is an ancient Roman road, built in 187 BC by the Consul Caio Flaminio, to create an important trans-Apennine connection between Bologna, Florence, Arezzo and Rome, called Flaminia Militare at the time. The name of “Via degli Dei” (Path of Gods)derives from the fact that the Romans had dedicated to important divinities different places or toponyms crossed by the ancient road, previously used by the Etruscans, such as Monte Adone, Monzuno (Mons Iovis, Monte di Giove), Monte Venere , Monte Luario (Lua was the Roman goddess of atonement). This path has become in recent years one of the most popular routes for trekking lovers, by either foot, mountain bike or horseback, between Florence and Bologna; in just 5 days by foot (2-3 days by mountain bike) you can reach Bologna, through a safe and equipped path, enjoying enchanting landscapes and visiting important places rich in historical testimonies, in close contact with nature. The deviation from the Via degli Dei, near the Alberaccio, allows you to reach the LE FONTI farmhouse in about 10 minutes walk on the Via delle Croci.