From Pointe du Dangers or Old Bridge one side of Murcia's center can be seen (City and Cathedral) and the other is the entrance to the Barrio del Carmen. On both sides you can look ot upon Mills River (old flour mills, now a museum and exhibition hall). From there is also the entrance to the Malecon walkway.
This Puente de la Fica is the third oldest and last bridge over the river Segura in its pass through Murcia. It was designed in 1965 following the growth of the southern suburbs and the subsequent traffic problems that stemmed from the fact that there were just two bridges at the time. It was built between 1967 and 1969, and its name refers to its location in the district of Vistabella, near the site of the International Fair of Canned Food. It's a reinforced concrete structure, open to traffic in both directions.
These are the remains of the Moorish Walls that once protected the city of Mursiya, today known as Murcia. It is one of the few Moorish buildings preserved in Murcia and contains some parts dating back to the eleventh to the thirteenth centuries. It was discovered in 1985 and the recovery process lasted until 2005.