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Cefalù is one of Sicily’s true delights; a charming historical town packed with places of interest and a fine, long sandy beach. Apart from the beach, the main attraction is the Norman cathedral, begun in 1131, which dominates the town and is decorated with glistening Byzantine mosaics. Once a traditional fishing village, the medieval centre is a maze of narrow streets where you can now find plenty of shops, restaurants and bars where you can sip a glass of Sicilian wine in the shade of a palm tree.

Inghams operate a telephone Rep service in Cefalù. 

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Resort Code: ITCF

Languages spoken:

Time difference: GMT +1

Currency: EUR

  • from£535pp
  • 51 rooms

This traditional Mediterranean hotel sits four kilometres away from the historical centre of Cefalu with stunning sea views from its cliff side setting, charming guest rooms and a lovely private beach with gently-sloping sands.

  • from£671pp
  • 55 rooms
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Located in a quiet spot in the hills above Cefalù, this hotel provides an ideal place to either relax or explore the surrounding area.

  • 28 rooms

Previously a monastery, the stunning Relais Santa Anastasia is a haven of tranquillity, located in the Madonie Natural Park, offering guests hectares of lush greenery and enjoyable walks. 

  • from£1599pp

This small group escorted tour will take you on a journey around the island, through Sicily's ancient towns, stunning archaeological sites and Europe’s largest volcano, Mount Etna.

  • from£799pp
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Discover the beauty of the Mediterranean largest island on this week long self-drive tour. Explore ancient cities, meander along stunning coastlines and delve into the history and culture of this unique and beautiful part of Italy. 

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