When traveling to Sicily, especially in the warm months, Cefalù is a must. Sunday's are typically very crowded days as it is a day of rest for locals. Getting lost in this small historic city and all the little streets can provide for quite an adventure. Come here with for a romantic day/evening or with your family. There is something for everyone!
Top Food Choices: For Lunch: La Trinacria, La Galleria
For Dinner: La Brace (MUST)
Gelato: St. Lucia
"Beautiful Cefalù offers a rare combination of tourist attractions: one of Sicliy's finest beaches side-by-side with one of its greatest Arab-Norman architectural masterpieces. The squares, streets and churches of this medieval town are so postcard-pretty that it's no wonder director Giuseppe Tornatore chose to set parts of his much-loved film Cinema Paradiso here."
"The town is perfectly suited to slow, pedestrianised exploration. The little port is lined with fishing boats and populated with fishermen who can be observed maintaining their boats, mending their nets and discussing the day's catch. The lungomare (seafront promenade) is popular for the passeggiata (evening stroll), as is the main street, Corso Ruggero."