Tôr Roman Bridge
The Roman Bridge of Tôr, in the Loulé council, has been given the status of ‘property of municipal interest’.
The bridge, crossing the Algibre stream, features five arches, one of them rebuilt in the medieval period.
The picturesque bridge is seen as a link between the Algarve ‘serra’ and the coastal populations and has for decades been a subject of study by historians and archaeologists.
- Posted in: Bridges
- Posted on : Tuesday, 31 January 2017.