Corso Ruggero

The main street, packed with shops, of Cefalù is named in honour of Roger II who ruled over the town during its most prosperous period. Directly overlying the ancient Roman decumanus, it splits the town in two: to the west, a maze of tiny lanes dotted with steps, arches and narrow passageways; to the east, a network of streets arranged in a grid layout.

Useful information

Address : 

Corso Ruggiero

Nearby tourist attractions

Osterio Magno
Osterio Magno
This was Roger II's favourite home
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Cefalù Cathedral
Cefalù Cathedral
The cathedral, emblematic of the town,
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Cathedral square (Piazza del Duomo)
Cathedral square (Piazza del Duomo)
The square, dominated by the cathedral
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Mandralisca museum(Museo Mandralisca)
Mandralisca museum(Museo Mandralisca)
This museum exhibits the collections
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Church of the Purgatory (Chiesa del Purgatorio)
Church of the Purgatory (Chiesa del Purgatorio)
A beautiful Baroque portal fronted by a
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The rock of Cefalù
The rock of Cefalù
La Rocca is the site where the town was
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Osterio Magno
Osterio Magno
This was Roger II's favourite home
0:30
Cefalù Cathedral
Cefalù Cathedral
The cathedral, emblematic of the town,
0:30
Cathedral square (Piazza del Duomo)
Cathedral square (Piazza del Duomo)
The square, dominated by the cathedral
0:15
See all