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.

  • from£638pp
  • 51 rooms

This is a great traditional Mediterranean hotel that's four kilometres from the historical centre of Cefalù. From here, you get some stunning sea views and can see the town in the distance. There's local busses that stop right outside so it's easy to get out and explore. The hotel's got a nice outdoor pool and a private beach with gently-sloping sands.

  • from£712pp
  • 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.

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Take to the road and drive through the lush landscapes of Sicily, passing through olive groves, vineyards and lemon orchards. Explore ancient towns and stunning coastlines, trying the best of Sicilian cuisine as you go. 

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Enjoy a 14 night self-drive adventure through Sicily learning about its diverse cultural heritage, rich history and delicious local cuisine. 


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. 

Good to know

  • Visit the Tempio di Diana and hike up the trail to La Rocca for beautiful views over the old town
  • Grab a table in the piazza del Duomo and marvel at the Arab Cathedral with its twin towers
  • Lay down a towel for free on the crescent sandy beach backed by the old town
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