From 70 kilometres east of Palermo, Cefalù lives happily ever after on the northern coast of Sicily. This ancient medieval fishing port enjoys a unique location, poised between the turquoise waters of the natural bay and the rocky promontory of la Rocca, with an imposing 270 metre-high silhouette. You’ll succumb to the charm of its interweave of narrow, winding streets brimming with boutiques, and its Norman cathedral built by king Roger II of Sicily. It overlooks the town, like a fortress. As for white sandy beaches, it has one of the most beautiful in Sicily.