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Long. Bridge ... Watch the fish

Unfortunately when we visited the weather was horrendous even though it was the end of June it was... read more

Reviewed July 3, 2017
scrappydee
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Aylesford, United Kingdom
Very impressive

This is very impressive and an incredible engineering achievement and still functioning. Crossing... read more

Reviewed June 30, 2017
yogiacomo
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Jul 3, 2017
“Long. Bridge ... Watch the fish”
Jun 30, 2017
“Very impressive ”
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39540 San Vicente de la Barquera, Spain
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Reviewed July 3, 2017

Unfortunately when we visited the weather was horrendous even though it was the end of June it was torrential rain.... So although the bridge is super ... We hastened our visit. We have however seen it as we drove back ( in the sunshine )...More

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Reviewed June 30, 2017 via mobile

This is very impressive and an incredible engineering achievement and still functioning. Crossing the bridge took us to their impressive fishing fleet which is really worth a look if your in to the real deal.

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Reviewed April 25, 2017

We were told by our guide that you should hold your breath as you travel across the bridge and if you succeed then you can make wish, we both tried but failed even though the coach traveled at a reasonable speed. It is a good...More

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Reviewed July 2, 2016 via mobile

Not sure what you can say about a bridge. It's goes over the water connecting the town to the other side. People fish from it.

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Reviewed April 22, 2016

Walked across this bridge each morning to the beach & returned via lighthouse & path along the harbouside. Gorgeous views of the snow capped mountains. People fishing from the bridge most mornings, one man regularly cathing squid. The water is so clear, interesting sandbank when...More

Thank lola52Felixstowe
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Reviewed July 19, 2015

This well made bridge with what some say, has 28 arches, others quote 32, is certainly a long bridge - for it's time. It is built in the 16th century in this traditional Spanish fishing village. We can't build bridges that sturdy and long lasting...More

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Reviewed August 15, 2014

The Puente de la Maza is an important feat of medieval engineering that was started in the 15th century. It was constructed with stone over an older bridge made of wood. The wooden bridge had been constructed in the 6th century. It is a long...More

1  Thank BennyMalaga
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Reviewed August 14, 2014

The Puente de la Maza is an important feat of medieval engineering that was started in the 15th century. It was constructed with stone over an older bridge made of wood. The wooden bridge had been constructed in the 6th century. It is a long...More

1  Thank BennyMalaga
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