Constructed in 1885 it maintains the same architectural structure as the Barchessone Barbiere.
The Barchessone Portovecchio although not yet restored like the others has an ancient almost magic fascination.
Time seems to have stopped in the early 20th century in this strip of land. When you close your eyes, it seems as if you can still the hear the horses neighing and the dull rumble of their hooves on the ground.
Turning your head you can see the Palazzo PortoVecchio which used to be the headquarters of the V Horse Breeding Stable granted to the War Office in 1883. Here you lose yourself in a dream lived between the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, where uniformed officials and ladies with parasols strolled in the palace gardens showing off the wealth of the historical period called the "belle époque".