Goro, the jewel of Delta: Nature, Cycling, Excursions and Slow Food

In the Delta del Po territory, UNESCO Heritage from 1999, it is located a stunning town: Goro the jewel of Delta, well-know for its spectacular and unique landscape. It is a beautiful land also for Birdwatching with its remarkable sighting paths close to old lighthouse Lanterna Vecchia, Valli di Gorino and isola dell’Amore. Indeed, it is possible to admire more than 50 birds’ species, such as pink flamingos.
Characterized by the active fishing port, where fishing and mussel farming are the main activities, Goro is well-know for clam, along with sea bream, sea bass, mussels, crustaceans and the sublime gold oyster. A genuine local cuisine, based on simple recipes passing down over time, may satisfy the most refined tastes of the most demanding palates.
Views of the coast are enchanting, to be admired with boat excursions, which depart from Goro and Gorino, with astonishing routes between unspoiled nature and the scent of the sea.
Goro is well-know also for its cycle routes, suitable for everyone: from families with children to groups and experts. The most requested itinerary is Goro-Mesola-Pomposa, a ring that connects three main towns in this area, combining art, culture and nature in a single path. Another suggestive itinerary is Destra Po, which flanks Po’s riverbank, which divides Emilia-Romagna and Veneto.
Another route is Goro-Volano, starting from the port in Goro, you may pass through beautiful spots: Bosco della Mesola and Sacca di Goro.

Deers from the rooms of Museo del Cervo at the Mesola Castle

Deers from the rooms of Museo del Cervo

Deers from the rooms of Museo del Cervo at the Mesola Castle

Thanks to Delta Web, which has developed an integrated system including a high resolution camera,

it is possible to admire “in real time” deers from the rooms of Museo del Cervo at the Mesola Castle.

Indeed, Delta Web has recently completed a video recording system that allows scholars and visitors to observe

“remotely” the life of these fine ungulates through a monitor, connected to the reserve, from the lavish rooms of

the Castle.

For further information you can call:

Pro Loco Mesola: phone 0533 993358

Assistenza tecnica Deltaweb: phone 0533 725353.

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