Trespuentes (Alava) Basque Country

great historical legacy

a few kilometers from Vitoria-Gasteizin Alava, we find a population full of history and with a special charm, belonging to the council of Iruna de Oca.

three bridgesis one of those calm municipalities of the Basque Countrywhere things go slowly and where the nature and environment They play a very important role.

Zadorra River as it passes through Trespuentes

Very popular and visited by its Roman bridge with 13 arches which was declared National Historical HeritageTrespuentes , is located next to the Zadorra riverwhich runs through the population.

The surroundings from this town are amazing with a large number of trails and paths ideal for discovering the amazing nature of the area.

  Trespuentes, Roman bridge with 13 arches

Trespuentes (Roman bridge with 13 arches)

Trespuentes, barely exceeds 250 inhabitants but there are many who come especially on weekends, wanting to see the famous bridge and go through some of the sections that surround it.

In addition to its emblem, the Santa Catalina convent ruins where we can see these valuable remains up close.

Visiting this town is within everyone’s reach, given its proximity to Vitoria and the large number of cheap flights Around the area.

Parish of Santiago Apostol

Parish of Santiago Apostol

The Satiago Apostol Parish is another of the signs, of Trespuentes.

Trespuentes, becomes a good option to visit, from Victoria next to Mendoza and some other locality, nearby with a strong historical heritage

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