This isn't some great great huge bridge but just a section of lime stone that as been eaten away buy the sea creating a small section of rock that forms a small bridge. Not worth visiting on its own but as part of a tour its okay. Would be more impressive on a stormy day with big waves smashing into the rocks. I'd say it will collapse in the next 10-15 years so they'll need to come up with a new name by then.
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