Guadalhorce bridge opens to pedestrians and cyclists
This is the longest wooden bridge in Spain, and one of the longest in Europe. In total it stretches for 270 metres. The bridge closes another gap in the Senda Litoral coastal footpath project, which, when completed, will run for the 180 kilometres of the Malaga coastline between Nerja and Manilva. This bridge also provides a new access to the Guadalhorce estuary nature reserve and links the area of Guadalmar with the west side of the city of Malaga, with pedestrians and cyclists no longer having to cross the road bridge alongside the main dual carriageway.