Puente de la Pechina. It comes from 1863 and goes over the river Benissa. It consists of five arches and has a maximum height of 28.6 meters. Puente de las Siete Lunas. We must make mention of the bridge known as the Seven Moons, located beyond the Batoi neighborhood. In this case there is an urban bridge, but was built for the train came by Alcoy-Alicante, which did not move ever.Visit is necessary a small tour that has as its background the natural park de la Font Roja. Its enormous height and breadth of the arches are ideal for practicing bungee jumping here. Puente de San Roque. Is the nineteenth century, when the local industry and economy alcoyana met its peak, and as bridges of that era, was built with stone quarried from local quarries. Lets see the small river at the bottom of the Barranco de Soler, who, towards the center of the city, the river flow increases Barxell. As projected Eduardo Miera, has three arches, eight feet and a maximum height of 20.5 meters. Puente de María Cristina. It is from the first third of the nineteenth century, when performing the first civil works that allowed the growth of Alcoy, thanks to the construction of the Puente de Maria Cristina (1828-1838). María Cristina Bridge (1838) allowed to cross over the river Barxell or Riquer, on the banks of which are preserved centuries-old industries still standing its factory chimneys. Across this bridge is the tour de Cervantes, an area dedicated by the town of Alcoy the famous writer since 1905. Canalejas Viaduct. It opened in 1907 and is named after the name of the Member of Parliament for the district of Alcoy, José Canalejas and Mendez. Its length is 200 meters long which were used for 325 tons of steel resting on three pillars and two brackets that raise the overall maximum height of 54 meters above the river Molinar. Viaducto de Canalejas. Greatly identifies the city. It opened in 1931 and stands on the river Riquer, which along with the river Molinar, give birth Serpis River, which flows into Gandía. The Pont de Sant Jordi was planning a revolution to Alcoy, and which involved the development of the Eixample area, a new urban area allowed in the first third of the twentieth century the city to grow beyond traditional boundaries. The bridge of Sant Jordi is the most impressive monuments in the urban landscape that make Alcoy. Puente de Fernando Reig. This is a modern suspension bridge built in 1987 that outputs towards Alcoy Alicante.En the time of his execution was the most light in the world with precast panel. Other bridges: In addition to the above, Alcoy has four bridges over two centuries old. These are puentes del Tossal (1712), Antiguo de San Roque (1731), Alcázares (1780), Cadisenyo (1790). They are built with stone taken from nearby quarries, but unlike the previous ones, are located at the bottom of the gorges of the city.