The Gundián bridge, a very high railway crossing built in the second half of the 18th century and which has become one of the hallmarks of the municipality. The other symbol is seen from above, from one of the bridges that save it. It is the river Ulla, it crosses the town hall of Vedra from north to south and has configured a unique environment on its side. Accessed by a medieval bridge, pilgrims will find the basic services for their stay. Nearby is also Santa Cruz de Ribadulla, another place with various accommodations and a country house worth visiting.
In this small town the pilgrim will make the last rest before arriving in Santiago de Compostela, being able to visit its Romanesque church.
If you are traveling the Camino de Santiago or you are planning to do it soon, you should know that the distance that separates Ponte Ulla from Santiago de Compostela is 19 kilometers.