The stone one-arch bridge of Tsagarada is located at the entrance of the village and from that point starts the gorge of Mylopotamos. It is the oldest and most famous bridge in Pelion, with a characteristic pointed arch.
It was built in the 18th century (1728) and spans the gorge of Mylopotamos located between Tsagarada and Xourichti. From here passes the path that starts from Milies and crosses the mountain to end up in Tsagarada.
The arc has an opening of 12m and a height of 6m, while the total length of the bridge is 18m.
It is easily accessible. From the main road, you will find a sign that says “old bridge”. A downhill path through the chestnut trees will lead you, after a few minutes, to an incredible place in the plane tree forest.
Here you will find benches to rest and enjoy the tranquility of the rustling leaves and the water flowing in the gorge. The café located above the old bridge operates during the summer for entertainment and concerts.