Its name originates from the Greek kephaloidion (meaning "head" or "chief"). Cefalù is an old fishing village that managed to take advantage of its picture-postcard location and the presence of Sicily's finest cathedral, which is in an unadulterated Norman style. The numerous visitors who come here also benefit from all the amenities necessary for a pleasant stay, including a surprising number of enoteche and wine bars.
©J. Wlodarczyk /age fotostockCefalù