Situated in the context of the typical Roman countryside, the Acquedotto Romano Polo Club is located just outside of Rome in the Castelli Romani and notorious for the Roman Aqueduct “Acquedotto Alessandrino” built in 226 AD by the Roman Emperor Alexander Severus.
- The Acquedotto Romano Polo Club hosts:
- Polo field in bermuda gras 270 x 145m
- Stick and ball field 165x 70m
- Sand arena 100 x 50m
- Indoor arena 37 x 17m
- Stabling for 70 horses
- Pastures and paddocks with shelter
- Accommodations for guests and grooms
The polo field is considered one of the top polo fields in Italy and it can become the perfect place for your special event.