It has a depth of about 1 m and is built in the typical Mycenaean style of cyclopean stones. The structure is 22 metres long, 5.60 metres wide at the base and 4 metres high. The width of the road at the top is approximately 2.50 metres. The masterful engineering behind the bridge and the road reveals their intended purpose—a seamless passage for chariots, hinting at the strategic importance of the route. These ancient marvels feature a carefully designed vault, meticulously crafted from colossal limestone blocks, stacked without the aid of any binding material. Such remarkable construction techniques can still be observed today in the awe-inspiring fortresses of Mycenae, Tiryns, and other contemporaneous structures.