A famous view of Tolosa. Anyone travelling to and from Navarre has always used this bridge to cross the river Oria.
It is believed that, just like Arramele Bridge, located further down river, it was already made of stone in the 13th century. Originally, it had four spans, and a fifth was added in the 18th century. It has two solid masonry cutwaters in the centre of the channel, and another smaller one towards the left shore. The arches are different to one another and they are made from grey limestone. It has undergone several stages of remodelling and widening.
In the past, the bridges and gates in the walls served as toll points.