The Retara is a splendid bronze sculpture by the Offidian artist Aldo Sergiacomi. A magnificent work of great significance, it admirably interprets the spirit, history and culture of the town. It expresses a fitting tribute to one of the town's typical figures, with a tenacious character and skilled in her craft. The tireless maker and repairer of the fisherman's main tool, the net. The retare were in fact the fishermen's wives who were responsible for weaving the nets and who, in the absence of their husbands engaged in fishing at sea, looked after the home and family. The sculpture is certainly appreciable for the attention to detail and the realism that results.