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Can’t miss this spot in the center of town. Often there are street performers. Very romantic at sun down. Good for people watching. There is a myth about the bridge and why on one side the river has one name and on the other a...More
When arriving by bus, this emblemic bridge is one of the first sights you see, when exiting the bus station towards town. Connecting two parts of the town, the structure is pedestrianised and includes seats, often occupied by buskers or ambulants craftspeople.
Monday 15th October and we crossed Gilão River , twice over 2 seperate pedestrian bridges, in the small City of Tavira
The first time we walked over Ponte das Forcas Armadas (Bridge of the Armed Forces). This bridge was built shortly after the floods of...More
Just makes Tavira even more special. The roman structure is magical specially in the evening.Romantic and a special place. Look at the lovers padlocks when you cross it or take a seat and take the views on the very hold stone seats!
Views galore wherever you look from the bridge and plenty of shops and restaurants nearby too. Good to watch the fish when the tide is in and when it's out. A word of warning though - don't wear high heels!
A beautiful Roman bridge that is still used for the (crazy) round the town bicycle races.
Stand and watch the sun go down, think of those who built it and read of the townspeople who fought and died in its defence on the plaque at...More