Ponte de Espindo
Although their dating is difficult, it is assumed to have been built during the late Romanesque judging by the constructive technique, presenting a Gothic character around the Board in easel. Formed by a single round arch, with the pillars leaving directly from the banks, which ensures greater longevity of Romanesque bridges in comparison with the Roman, ensures communication between the places of Bustelo and Boim. Sustained conservation works, including the consolidation of the built and the surrounding treatment with access routes, lighting and parking area.
Lugar de Espindo
- Easy external parking
- Historical bridges
Monuments near Ponte de Espindo
Aqueduto de Nevogilde
A simple aqueduct, approximately 100 metres long, over the Mesio river and an agricultural land. It is well preserved and is the only aqueduct in the entire Lo…
Capela do Senhor dos Aflitos
This baroque chapel is located in the centre of the village, atop the hill that has the same name.
Castro de São Domingos
A celtic village with several ruin areas along the São Domingos Hill. A special note to the ruins of the ancient balnearies.