The Pasarela-Mirador is a belvedere, located in the valley of Ricote on a small hill next to the course of the Segura river. The footbridge starts at the existing esplanade of asphalt. The run has three sections. The first one runs along the ground, embedded in it, so the landscape is not visible. The second part takes off the ground, to discover the panoramic view, moving toward the end, but still embedded in the structure's edges. The third section eliminates the solid parapet, to discover the landscape free of obstacles, and here the visitor has the opportunity to sit on the edge to enjoy the serenity of the place.
The structure is formed by metal tubes that follow the summit line looking for support. Each tube has a different inclination to reach the ground. The heads of the tubes are tied with steel cable.