The village of Bridged produced Delgada of citrus fruits, and is made proud to have one of best believed of malvoisy. The stocks are now protected from the wind by fences of dried brooms which give to the countryside the aspect of a checkerwork.
On the terraces which separate the mountain of the littoral appears also the cane with sugar, rare on this northern littoral of the island.
After Bridged Delgada, the coast takes an aspect even more austere. The road passes at the bottom of an immense vertical, dark and wet cliff.
First Sunday of September, pious Madériens fills the church of the Lord Jesus (1910) to be collected in front of a fragment of crucifix considered miraculous. The cross would have failed in the middle of the 15th century on the shore; a sanctuary was devoted to him, which burned in 1908. The fire did not save the crucifix of which only remained a calcined small piece which, safe from a pane, became one of the most important relics of the island.
Sea water swimming pool
A Bridged Delgada, one can be refreshed in a sea water basin.