Aqueduct of the Eagle

Aqueduct of the Eagle

Aqueduct of the Eagle also commonly known as “Puente del Águila“, this aqueduct was built in the 19th century to transport water to the mills of the old San Joaquin Sugar Factory.

The construction was directed by the local master builder Francisco Cantarero.

The factory was closed many years ago, but today the aqueduct is still used for local communal irrigation.

It is a beautiful place to take photographs and for this purpose there are spaces on the road to stop with the car during the time the visit lasts.

When you go from the village to see the Nerja Caves, you will see it on the left.

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