Its brick and stone processing station looks out over the coast of Masua, with lovely views of the shore of Pan di Zucchero (or Sugarloaf), which can be admired from a panoramic trail. Aside from the impressive processing station over the shoreline, what remains today of the old lead and zinc mines of Nebida, fifteen kilometres from Iglesias, are an abandoned office building with workshops and the small village where the miners once lived. It is one of Sardinia’s most interesting industrial archaeology sites and an integral component of the geo-mineral park of Sardinia, a heritage that has received UNESCO recognition. You will get there skirting Fontanamare beach.