Argassi Bridge is built at the outfall of a river and is today ruined, located 10 metres from the seashore, in the small harbour of Argassi. Almost half of the bridge, which used to be part of the main road, is now resting on the shore and the other half is immersed in the sea. This is due to severe erosion from the seawater and the winds. The bridge was originally constructed in 1885 and consists of three arches.
Argassi Bridge (Venetian Bridge of Argassi), Zakynthos Island