Pont Nou (New Bridge)

This single arch stone bridge, which according to surviving records, was built during the twelfth century, was a mandatory crossing point for anyone making their way to Cerdanya.

Popularly known as the ‘Roman Bridge’ or ‘Romanesque Bridge’, medieval records indicate that it was given the name, Pont Nou (New Bridge), to distinguish it from the Pont Vell (Old Bridge) located in Can Carrera, although it is also believed that it may be due to its constuction on the place of an older one, having been badly damaged in an earthquake in 1428 and completely destroyed during the Catalan Civil War.

One of the most symbolic and recognized landmarks of the town of Camprodon


  • Cami Espinalva, 2, 17867 Camprodon, Girona
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