|heading down on path below the city|
|In front of Puente Nueva|
|View from below|
The trail was easy; the hardest part was a small section of high boulders where you had to use a rope to climb up. We made our way under the large bridge and walked out on some old pathways to abandoned buildings. There was some type of water control machinery in the gorge. I read that the town had flooded a few times in history but it didn't look like the machinery was still being used.
After, we made our way back up the trail into the city to do a little more exploring. We made our way to the other side of town where there was two more bridges, puente viejo (old bridge) and the puente arabe (arab bridge) We also checked out on of the most well preserved arab baths in the Iberian Peninsula.
|Under the bridge|
|Reception room of the Arab baths|