La Pepa Bridge


La Pepa Bridge, officially "La Pepa" and also named the second bridge to Cadiz or new access to Cadiz. It will cross the Bay of Cadiz linking Cadiz with Puerto Real in mainland Spain. When the bridge is finished it will be the longest bridge in Spain and the longest span cable-stayed in this country. The pylons of sustentation measure 180 meters. One of them is on the sea, and the other in the Cabezuelas Harbour. In 1969 it was inaugurated the first bridge of Cadiz, the Carranza bridge. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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