Ponte Vecchio, the old bridge

The Ponte Vecchio, the old bridge called in Sardinian Pont’ezzu, is the main bridge in the city of Bosa, which extends over the river Temo. This three-arch bridge, built with red trachyte stone, was erected in 1871 and replaced the previous wooden structure. The Ponte Vecchio, located near the beautiful cathedral from the 12th century, unites the center of Bosa with the Southern part of the city, where you can visit the old tannery district called Sas Conzas.

The bridge is also a good spot to take photographs of the city and the river.