Crystal blue waters; sheer sunbleached cliffs; soft, warm sea breezes. And an abandoned mineral processing plant.
The former details describe a quintessential Italian resort town. The latter? Not so much. But Nebida is making that very transition. Growing out of its history as a quaint mining town nestled on the beautiful Italian coastline in Sardinia, Italy, Nebida is transforming into a popular coastal destination for Italians and tourists alike.