An important fishing port on the north-eastern border of the vast protected area of the Po Delta Regional Park.
The place name Goro derives from "Gaurus", an old tributary of the river Po branching off the river Volano. The history of Goro is characterised by Man's continuous struggle against both the sea and the river. Evidence of this can be seen in the ancient hydraulic regulation structures, such as Torre Palù, Torre Abate, Balanzetta and the Agrifoglio drainage canal, as well as in the lighthouses, which show how the area is constantly changing.
An important fishing port on the north-east border of the vast protected area of the Po Delta Regional Park.
A number of boats leave from here in search of the Po Delta’s natural environment, along the river and down to the sea, past islands, sand-banks and reed beds.
An excellent place for bird-watching.
The Sacca di Goro, a large lagoon enclosed between the Po di Goro and the Po di Volano rivers, is an area known for the production of shellfish, in particular clams, which find their ideal habitat in these sandy bottoms, on average 60-70 cm deep with a maximum of 2 m, to grow and develop. The fauna includes numerous species of both breeding and migratory water birds; fish fauna, in addition to farmed mussels, consists of oysters, mullets, eels, sea bream and sea bass.
The area bordering the sea is delineated by a long strip of sand locally called Scannone di Goro, better known as “Love Island”. It is a very recent strip of land that emerged as a consequence of the advancement of the Po river and is a refuge for numerous birds. On the outermost part of the Scannone di Goro, on an isolated strip of sand called the Scanno del Faro, stands the Faro di Goro Lighthouse
The Goro Bay is the ideal habitat for many mullet, sea bream, sea bass, and for the farming of mussels, oysters and clams. Here visitors can try thousands of tasty recipes mostly made with clams, mussels, crustaceans, and shrimp.
The Clam Festival is a tribute that this town dedicated to its main product during the month of July and here visitors can find all the flavours and traditions of Goro in one place.
A few kilometers away lies Mesola with its splendid Castle and its Gran Bosco