Property of Public Interest since 1990, Ponte de Vilela is also symbolic of the architectural manifestations of this type existing in the county ring. It assures today the communication between the parishes of Vilela and Amorim, with a characteristic structure of access ramps and board in easel based on two arches, one of them broken, of unequal size, and prismatic talhamar.

The parapet is made of fitted masonry, with the basal floor, irregular in shape, set directly on the arch lock.
Of typical Romanesque construction, and although the concrete date of its construction is not known, it appears referred to a toponym "bridge" in the Inquiries of 1258, which can suppose its existence already in the first half of century XIII.

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