Las Veredas Bridge and Mill

Over the river Ibor we find the Puente de las Veredas, a construction of the fourteenth to fifteenth centuries, whose importance lies in the fact that it is located on the route of a royal cattle trail. Its simple architecture gives us an idea of the utilitarian purpose for which it was conceived, since its original purpose was to serve as a place of passage for livestock moving with transhumance. At its feet, you can see the mill that was built to, taking advantage of the currents of the river, grind the grain that was transported to it by the horses. Although the current mill dates from the 20th century, it was built on top of another mill from earlier times.