Laveria Lamarmora
Laveria Lamarmora
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Ash132014
Bangor, UK40 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2017 • Couples
Park the car in the free car park (at least it was free in Feb), and within 5 minutes you're looking over the stunning coastline of Nebida and you can see Pan Di Zucchero.

You can walk around a looped, flat surfaced path to see the coastline, and then arrive back at the car park. Going off this path, in the corner near the drinking water fountain, is a very rough and stoney, downhill path to another level of path on the mountain. I've heard that from here you can take a left and walk right around the coastline to Fontanamare. Or you can turn right, follow the path and after plucking up the courage you can then begin the descent down the steps towards the Laveria.

I think the Laveria is officially closed as the only way in was through a broken piece of fencing which I assume used to keep people out. From there, you're free to explore the Laveria which seems more like the ruins of a medioeval castle than a place they used to wash stones for shipping abroad. There are holes, sheer drops and trip hazards everywhere so be warned.

Dog friendly if your dog is very intelligent and won't fall off an edge or down a hole. Mine is very good but I put her on a leash for safety whilst in the Laveria.

You must be fairly agile to climb back up those steps. If you have bad joints you're going to stuggle, and again the next day.

Take lots of water!

Very worthwhile trip all in all. There is also the beach looking right over Pan di Zucchero further down the coast in Masua which is another stunning location.
Written February 26, 2017
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Jana C
Prague, Czech Republic4,632 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2019
We decided to walk all the way down to the former processing plant. The paths were good, but there was a fence all around the station which was built in 1897. Lead and zinc were processed here until the great mining crisis in 1970s. The station had two ovens and two chimneys on the sides. You could take really nice photos of the coast from here. The way up was a bit of a pain as it was really hot.
Written September 18, 2019
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carla337x
Brighton, UK3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2017 • Friends
da Sarda in and out, through and through this is one of the best places on earth. Beautiful and full of emotion.
Written September 16, 2017
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KrisD_pl
Warsaw, Poland7,713 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2020
Lamarmora station was built in 1897 and was used for lead and zinc cleaning processes. The golden times were in the thirties of 20th century, but due to the mining crisis in 1970s it lost its importance, was abandonded and started to deteriorate. You can get there easily but parts of the station are officially closed. Nevertheless, the location is very nice with good views to the seaside.
Written April 25, 2021
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sekk
florence1,111 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2013 • Friends
my friends and i were visiting sardinia sulcis and found a pearl: Nebida. the landscape was astonishing, absolutely fantastic. there are some paths to go to the laveria and to see from closer the rocks and the sea of Nebida...they are clean but ... closed! and very well closed! but the signposts were really clear: there were 2 or 3 paths, all closed without any explanation. the laveria, instead, was closed because of dangerous walls. only the long stairway was viable.what a shame.
Written June 24, 2013
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Dan E
2 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2016 • Family
Hi, we recently stayed in the beautiful area of Nebida and wanted to visit the mine ruins on the coast.
The tour guides were the most unhelpful rude people we encountered on our whole trip on Sardinia.
It seemed they couldn't be bothered to even try and communicate with us from the UK and just tutted and waved there arms about.
It was a real shame as everyone else on this fantastic island was willing to help with any questions, like helping with directions, even chatting to the old boy who lived next door to our villa. Our limited Italian didn't seem to be a problem.
I would definitely return to Sardinia, it was a great place to visit and fantastic people.
Written August 29, 2016
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