Places of natural interest
A nature reserve and a deposit site of Mammoth bones, the centre assembles the fossilised remains of animals who lived on the Po Plain at the time of the last Ice Age and the Holocene era.
The "Peschiera" is a vast reed thicket that lies to the left before the bridge over the Volano in the locality of the same name.
It is the result of the hydraulic structures built in what was once the Valle di Volano.
It has a surface of 170 hectares and it extends over 6 km; it is a state property owned by the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests.
It is a strip of land that extends for about 2 kilometres between the mouth of the Volano and a narrow arm of the Sacca di Goro which separates it from the coast, the entire length of which is accessible on foot or by bicycle.
The port of Goro looks out onto this wide crescent-shaped cove, with an area of 2000 hectares.
The draining plant at Marozzo di Lagosanto is a pumping plant along the Po di Volano river.
This area, covered in dunes running in a North-South direction, is recognised by archaeologist as being one of the former coastlines of the Adriatic during the Etruscan period.