Gorga is a municipality in the province of Rome in the Italian region Latium, located about 752 inhabitants ( 31 December 2012). It is located 71 km southeast of Rome and 42 km west of Frosinone.


Gorga is located in the Monti Lepini, a mountain range between the Pontine plain and the Saccotal. It is a member of the Comunità Montana Monti Lepini. Gorga borders Anagni (FR), Carpineto Romano, Montelanico, Morolo (FR), Sgurgola (FR) and Supino (FR).


Gorga is located 16 km from the Anagni exit on the A1 motorway Autostrada del Sole from Rome to Naples.


In ancient Roman times Gorga was a Pagus, an insignificant village. It was not until the migration period, it experienced a boom as people fled from the plains into the well -defended city. First mentioned in writing as it was in 1088 Pope Urban II placed the castle of Gorga Anagni. 1216 the monastery Villa Magna was founded in the municipality, which was destroyed in 1398 by the inhabitants of Gorga. In the 17th century the village came under the rule of the Pamphili.


Source: ISTAT


Nadia Cipriani (civic list Obiettivo Gorga ) was elected in June 2004 Mayor and re-elected in 2009.