Lunde Bridge was built in 1827-1829, and is the largest (132 meters long) and oldest dry mortar natural stone bridge that is still in use in Norway. Parts of the bridge was destroyed by Norwegian soldiers during the second world war in 1940, but is was restored the year after. The bridge was listed in 1984.
The area around Lunde Bridge features information boards, picnic tables, toilets and a bust of the writer Sigurd Lybeck (mainly known for his books featuring the character Jens von Bustenskjold), and it is a lovely place to just hang out and go for a swim during the summer. The bridge is easily accessible from road 251, not far to the south from Bruflat.
Tel: (+47) 61 35 94 10