The bridge of Mylos was built in 1748 and is located on the river Bagiotiko, near the village of Kipoi in Central Zagori. It served the movements to the arable lands of the area and those who wanted to go from the Gardens to Elati and then to Ioannina. Its name comes from the neighboring ecclesiastical mill that has been renovated to this day.
The Slavic name of the village Kipi was "Baya" which means "bath" giving this term the existence of the labyrinthine network of ravines and rivers that flow around it. It was officially renamed on 12/3/1928. It owes its current name to the many gardens in the area.
It consists of two large arches and a smaller one that is not very common, since most bridges in the area are single-arched and took its name from the church mill nearby.
Around this two-arched bridge you will admire the tranquility of the wonderful natural landscape and you will feel like the old inhabitants of the villages who used it for their travels to the city of Ioannina.
Finally, you will admire this bridge that is closely connected with the tradition since from the top the priest throws the cross on the day of the Epiphany, while at the same time it has been declared as a historic monument which makes it different from the other bridges of Zagori.