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Bridge of Sant Antoni de la Grella

The bridge of Sant Antoni de la Grella, also called the bridge of Sispony, is located in Ordino and connects the parish of Ordino with Andorra la Vella. The construction is of medieval origin and had to be redone in the middle of the 20th century.

The bridge is just over 21 meters long and 5.5 meters high. It is declared a Site of Cultural Interest and considered a key piece and mandatory if you are making the real road in the area. Formerly, it was the only way to get to the Massana crossing the Valira del Nord river.


The bridge of Sant Antoni de la Grella is parallel to the Tunnel of the Two Valires. If you go north, towards the Massana, the construction is just on the right. The path that gives access to it is taken a few meters before arriving at the roundabout that is just exiting the tunnel.

Also, if we follow the road that crosses this bridge, we find the chapel of Sant Antoni de la Grella.


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