The foundations of this bridge date from 1138, when the construction of the Romanesque bridge that gave entrance to the town was finished. Damaged by the earthquake of 1428, it was rebuilt in Gothic style, with a very slender arcade that makes it the brightest Gothic bridge on the peninsula. At the end of the Civil War it was dynamited and in 1976 it was faithfully rebuilt, with the Gothic vault and the small arcades of the Romanesque bridge.