Cefalù e il parco delle Madonie.
Cefalù is a small and lovely Arabian Town in the Northern coast of Sicily, an interesting place for all those who don’t love only the sea and the sun, but also something else. You can always discover something new in Cefalù, while you are walking along its fascinating small streets, called “vaneddi”, in the heart of the town, and think of its history and glorious past.
The most important monuments to visit are: The Cathedral in Piazza Duomo with its beautiful mosaics and the Pantocrator. The Mandralisca Museum where people coming from all over the world can admire the famous painting of “Ritratto d’Ignoto” by Antonello da Messina.
The Medieval Laundry, where women washed their clothes till the end of XIX century.
The Osterio Magno, the town walls surrounding Cefalù and the many churches Cefalù is also the entrance for the Madonie, one of the most important Sicilian mountains, rich in olive, beech and conifer trees, small and rare plants, but also in lovely and characteristic towns and medieval villages.
It is easy to reach the main Sicilian and most famous cities, like Palermo, Monreale , Agrigento, Etna, Taormina, Siracusa and the Eolien Isles because of its central position, its railway station and a very close airport.