La Dolfina is Adolfo Cambiaso’s personal life project. It was conceived thinking in a concept of life quality, polo lifestyle and family, aiming to make it the premier polo destination in the world: Argentina.
The world’s best polo player was born in Cañuelas on 14 April 1975. He started playing at age 12 in La Martina, stay in his family is Vicente Casares. In 1988, at age 14, won the Desert Campaign Cup and the following year Renault Cup, reaching the six-goal handicap.His big year was 1994: he won the triple crown (Tortugas Open, Hurlingham Open and Argentine Open in Palermo) with Ellerstina and became the youngest player to reach 10-goal handicap. He was 19. He also holds the record of 16 goals in one game and the record of 67 goals in the championship in 1998.Since then he received numerous awards, including the Olimpia de Plata in 1997.In 2005 he founded his own team, La Dolfina, with Lucas Monteverde Mariano Aguerre and Bartolome Castagnola.Adolfito is married to model Mary Vazquez. They have two children Mia and Adolfo Jr., born in the midst of a party that Adolfito played in the Argentine Open Centaurs against Beaufort.It stands out not only as one of the best polo players in the world, but in its simplicity. “I am very simple and very relaxed. I do not mean more than enough. I am happy to be in a good team, with people like me. Playing with the guys who really enjoy themselves and live to be eighty, if I can. Having a family and have children, “he said when beginning his brilliant career”.
From the City of Buenos Aires the quickest and easiest way is to drivethe Avenida 9 de Julio direction opposite to river until AutopistaRiccheri (freeway). Hop onto this freeway and keep driving aprox 20 minutes (you will pass two tolls). When you see the sign that says Autopista Ezeiza Canuelas (205), take it and drive aprox 15 minutes (you will pass one toll). Then you will se a sign that says ALEJANDRO PETION.Take this direction left about 5 minutes (this street is called Calle Vissir). The road will end in a Country Club, you will see that entrance.That is road 205, that you will need to make a left about half a mile. The first available road (take it right), is the road that after a mile drives you to La Dolfina Polo Club. You will see the signs of the Club.The access to the Polo Ranch will be specified soon as the road is under construction. By now, the best way to get there is through La Dolfina Polo Club.
Argentina is the second larger country in South America after Brazil. Located in the south of America, is bounded by Chile, Bolivia, Paraguay, Brazil and Uruguay. Argentina is currently divided in 23 provinces and the Autonomous city of Buenos Aires.GeographyArgentina has a varied geography: subtropical forests and fast-flowing rivers to the northeast that give way to the Delta del Parana and to the Rio de la Plata. The premountain high plateau to the northwest has a mountain and desert weather, a central region with fertile pampas and the Patagonia. The Patagonia is located to the south and has huge extensions of prairies, high mountains, big lakes and woods. According to this, Argentina is divided in the following geographical areas: the pampas prairies, the Chaco prairies, the Mesopotamia, the Pampas Mountains, extra Andes Patagonia and oceanic Islands and Antarctica. The Andes region is divided into: north or northeast Andes, Andes from the Center or Cuyana and south Andes.In Argentina one can find all types of weather: though the major part of the country is located in the mild weather area of the South, most of the weather types can be found. Four of those types can be distinguished: subtropical, temperate, dry and cold, each with its corresponding variants.Kinds of weather and its main characteristics: Subtropical with no dry season (Northeast): Temperature is high, mild difference between winter and summer. Many precipitations during the whole year. Subtropical with dry season (North): Really hot during summer and warm during winter. Too many rains, mainly during the summer. Pampas temperate (covers the east pampas and south of the Mesopotamia). Temperature diminishes from the coast to the inside of the country. There is a lot of rain. Transition temperate (covers the west pampas): Summer is warmer and winter is colder due to lack of humidity. The amount of rain is not enough and it rains during the summer. Dry or mountain weather (covers the Puna and the central Andes): during winter it is very cold and during summer it is fresh. There is a wide difference in temperature between day and night. It scarcely rains, mainly in the summer, hence the atmosphere is extremely dry. Dry of the mountains (covers most of the area near the Pampas and pre Andes): Winters are cold and summers are warm. There is a wide difference in temperature between day and night. It scarcely rains, mainly in the summer. Dry cold (Patagonia): Temperatures are low and dry winds blow from the west. The few rains fall mainly in winter. There are a lot of snow precipitations in the south. Snow cold (Argentinean Antartida): Temperatures are below cero centigrade, winds are strong.Demographic SituationCurrently, Argentina’s population is of 36.000.000 approximately. 34% of the whole population is concentrated in the Autonomous city of Buenos Aires and the 19 areas around it (known as partidos, which belong to Buenos Aires). These areas are an extension of the federal district, known as Gran Buenos Aires. 2.960.000 people live in the city of Buenos Aires. It is visited by 7.000.000 people who come from the Gran Buenos Aires every day.Most of Argentina’s population is from Spanish and Italian origin. In general, it is noticeable the prevailing European origin.Argentina’s population growth rate has remained relatively constant since the middle of the 20th Century. It has just varied around 1.6% since 1947. Since then, the city of Buenos Aires has shown an important decrease due to the desire of the inhabitants to live outside the city.Whereas in Gran Buenos Aires there’s been an important increase of the population in the last 50 years and it has grown at an accumulative annual rate of 3.5%.The projections from the United Nations for the year 2025 show a decrease in the population growth rate estimated in 1.1% annually.TourismThe tourism flow during the year 2006there’s been an important increment in the number of tourists who visited Argentina, 15.3% respect to 2005, whereas it the number of people who travelled abroad didn’t change much (eventhough this period is characterized for being historically the most important for tourism).It is important to notice that the flow of tourism is not a phenomenon per sei but a refection of the growth that has been taking place since 2004, as can be seen in the graphic.The balance as regards tourism from 2006 is 37.2% than 2005 and 80% than 2004.European tourists remain the main segment in the IN tourism, 25.4%; followed by Brazil 18%, USA, Canada and the rest of America 15.7%per segment. Tourists from Chile 13%. The rest of the world 8.6% of tourists. Finally, the rest of the bounding countries 3.6%.As regards overnight stayings expenses per tourist, the higher average belongs to tourists from Chile, U$S 130. Though tourists from USA and Canada were the ones who spent more in 4 and 5 star hotels (U$S 230.70).The average stayings in the 1° quarter of 2008 was of 14.1 days, which surpassed the average of the same period the previous year which was 13.7 days. European tourists are the ones who stayed longer (22.9 days), influenced by those who stayed at friends or relatives, those surpassed the month.The average expenses per traveller in this period was U$S 1.062, similar to the previous year.The province of Buenos Aires is the most populated of Argentina, almost 14 millions of inhabitants according to the National Census of 2001. It is situated to the east, in the center to the country; among its borders we find the provinces of de Córdoba, La Pampa, Río Negro, Entre Ríos and Santa Fe, as well as the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires which capital is the city of La Plata.Demographically, the province is constitued by a great part of Gran Buenos Aires, with 9.270.661 of inhabitants; more than the rest of the country inhabitants which are 4.556.542.
Argentina’s origin is based in a big influence of European countries. It is very similar in the culture and architecture to France, Spain and Italy. After all the crisis, Argentina recovers and flourishes with all the glamour and beauty as this country can give. Argentina enjoys of one of the nicest weathers in the world. The Pampas is basically a flat huge province (Buenos Aires), that enjoys various rains and makes it a very profitable place. Grain and cattle are big business. A huge income, tied to an important culture, results in a very interesting country with history, sports, tourism and culture.
Stabling your horses in La Dolfina Polo Ranch has never been easier. Top designers will build barns for horses including groom accommodation, tack room, storehouse and sheds for your comfort and your horses’.Perfectly conceived exercise tracks, easy access and maneuvering spots, and all the facilities that a Polo Club must have, following the vast experience of La Dolfina Polo Club, the Polo Ranch is one of the most complete projects of premier polo.
If you are a polo enthusiast ,a horse and outdoor life lover, La Dolfina Polo Ranch is the place for you. Located 45 minutes from Buenos Aires city, La Dolfina Polo Ranch is the most exclusive development in the polo world. It is situated where the best polo player in the world and history chose to live. La Dolfina Polo Ranch is neighbor with La Dolfina Polo Club, home of Cambiaso and center of polo on the area, where important exhibitions and tournaments are played during the Argentinean season.It is the opportunity for you to find your perfect place, with three spectacular kinds of plots for you to choose from: Plots with your private polo fields, plots overlooking a central lake and plots with a shared polo field. And all the facilities you can imagine including a polo stadium, a boutique hotel and a club house.
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