Puentedey (which translates as “God’s Bridge”) is a large natural bridge in the village of the same name. Puentedey is a picturesque town that located in the province of Burgos , autonomous community of Castile and León ( Spain ), region of Merindades. This natural stone bridge is the landmark of this beautiful town and the houses are built on a this bridge, which is formed through erosion of the river Nela.
The fifty inhabitants built on the whim of nature and strength of this arch bridge. It is about an hour’s drive south of the port of Santander in northern Spain. Part of the village, including the 14th century church, was built on the bridge. The bridge spans the Rio Nela and has a span of 100 feet and a height of 41 feet. Photo and measurements.