Romanesque bridge gives Ramallosa - Nigrán. Although it is called Roman bridge is actually the thirteenth century and was built by the Bishop of Tui. Also known as San Pedro Telmo Bridge. Fully retains its medieval appearance despite its 1926 remodeling. This bridge retains a tradition or legend: Legend has it that women who could not have children asked the first man to pass over the bridge they vertiese river water on the belly. If accepted man became the godfather of the newborn child.