We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The most well-Known bridge over the Varosa river is the Ucanha bridge. It was probably built during the 14th-15th century and replaced another Roman bridge. The tower by the bridge was built in 1465 by the initiative of D. Fernando, abbot of Santa...more
Ancient Roman bridge in the village de Ucanha, near Lamego in a nice environnment, the region and the mountains , and has very authentic villages, and in the center this nice bridge; find the good little restaurant.
Relying on the "Rough Guide" to Portugal we visited the historic village of Ucanha which is about 12 km from Lamego which has an old tollgate and bridge. There is a nice café/restaurant at one end worth a visit.
What a gem this place is. The tower and the stone bridge (the oldest in Europe) overlook a meandering stream. It used to be a toll house area for merchants. Children may find it boring but older people will find this place relaxing. A coffee...More
After visiting the small village of Salzedas we drove in the direction of “Tarouca” in order to visit the “Ucanha Bridge with Tower”.
This fortified Bridge, is unique in Portugal and is dating from the twelfth century witness from the medieval manorial organization.