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3 days in Cefalù: what to see, do and eat

3 days in Cefalù: what to see, do and eat3 days in Cefalù: what to see, do and eat

My final destination was Cefalù. Cefalù is a charming coastal town located on the northern coast of Sicily. It’s a popular tourist destination, thanks to its beautiful beaches, ancient architecture, and stunning natural landscapes. In this blog post, I’ll share my experiences and my best tips for visiting Cefalù.

3 days in Cefalù: what to see, do and eat

3 days in Cefalù: what to see, do and eat

Getting There

Cefalù is easily accessible from Palermo, the capital city of Sicily, by car or train. The drive takes about an hour, while the train journey takes about 1.5 hours. Chiara brought me to Cefalù by car. On the way back, I took the train, which was easy, fast and convenient.

3 days in Cefalù: what to see, do and eat

Exploring Cefalù: what to see, do and eat

Upon arriving in Cefalù, I was immediately struck by the town’s picturesque streets and stunning architecture. The town is dominated by the Cathedral of Cefalù, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that dates back to the 12th century. The cathedral is one of the best examples of Arab-Norman architecture in Sicily, and its impressive mosaics are a must-see.

3 days in Cefalù: what to see, do and eat

I spent the first day with Chiara, exploring the narrow streets of the old town, taking pictures of the colorful buildings and charming squares. The town is filled with shops selling souvenirs, handicrafts, and local delicacies, so I made sure to take a few breaks to sample some of the delicious Sicilian cuisine. 

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Hitting the Beach in Cefalù

Cefalù is famous for its beautiful beaches, and I couldn’t resist taking a dip in the crystal-clear waters. The beach is located just a short walk from the town center and is easily accessible. I spent the days lounging on the beach, soaking up the sun, and taking pictures of the stunning scenery.

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Climbing La Rocca in Cefalù

La Rocca is a towering cliff that overlooks the town of Cefalù. I read on the internet that the trail is well-marked and takes about 45 minutes to reach the top. The climb is steep and challenging, but the views from the top are absolutely breathtaking. From the summit, I guess, you will be able to see the entire town of Cefalù, the sparkling Mediterranean Sea, and the surrounding mountains.

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Remember to wear athletic shoes, because there is a strict rule that says that you will be denied entrance if you wear flip flops. It’s a popular hiking destination, and I was excited to tackle the climb.

Unfortunately this “lovely lady” named Chiara at the entrance didn’t allow me to enter because according to her, my shoes were inappropriate…her attitude was quite unpleasant, unfriendly and arrogant.

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3 days in Cefalù: what to see, do and eat

The outdoor scene in “Cinema Paradiso” was actually filmed at the old port in Cefalù, which is located on the northern coast of Sicily. The film, directed by Giuseppe Tornatore and released in 1988, tells the story of a young boy named Salvatore who grows up in a small Sicilian village and develops a love for movies through his friendship with the local projectionist.

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3 days in Cefalù: what to see, do and eat

The old port of Cefalù, with its charming fishing boats and colorful houses, provides a picturesque backdrop for the movie, and showcases the natural beauty of Sicily’s coastal towns. The movie also highlights the importance of cinema as a form of entertainment and cultural expression, which has played an important role in shaping Sicilian identity and culture over the years.

3 days in Cefalù: what to see, do and eat
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HIGHLIGHT OF MY SICILY TRIP

The discovery of Pasta alla Norma

When planning my trip to Sicily, I had no idea what culinary delights I would discover. As a lover of Italian food, I was excited to try all the local specialties. However, the highlight of my trip was the discovery of Pasta alla Norma, a traditional Sicilian dish that quickly became my favourite.

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I first encountered Pasta alla Norma at a small family-run restaurant in Catania. The dish arrived at my table steaming hot, with rigatoni pasta, rich tomato sauce, and crispy fried eggplant on top. I took my first bite, and I was immediately hooked.

The combination of flavors was incredible – the sweetness of the tomato sauce, the saltiness of the ricotta salata cheese, and the texture of the crispy eggplant. It was a perfect balance.

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After that first taste, I was determined to try Pasta alla Norma at as many restaurants as possible. I quickly realised that every restaurant had its own version of the dish, and each one was just as delicious as the last.

Some added a hint of chili pepper to give it a spicy kick, while others used fresh cherry tomatoes instead of canned. Regardless of the variations, the dish always remained true to its Sicilian roots.

3 days in Cefalù: what to see, do and eat
3 days in Cefalù: what to see, do and eat
 

I even attempted to make Pasta alla Norma at home, using a recipe I found online. While it wasn’t quite as good as the restaurant versions, it was still delicious and satisfied my craving for this amazing dish.

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As I traveled throughout Sicily, I discovered that Pasta alla Norma was not just a dish, but a symbol of Sicilian cuisine. It represents the flavours and ingredients of the island – fresh vegetables, rich tomato sauce, and salty cheese. It’s a dish that brings people together, whether it’s a family gathering or a simple dinner with friends.

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The highlight of my trip to Sicily was the discovery of Pasta alla Norma. This delicious dish introduced me to the flavours and traditions of Sicilian cuisine, and it quickly became my favourite. I would highly recommend trying this dish if you ever find yourself in Sicily – I promise you won’t be disappointed!

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Sicily, the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, is a photographer’s paradise. From the stunning beaches and crystal-clear waters to the ancient ruins and charming villages, this Italian island offers endless opportunities for capturing breathtaking images.

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How to get around Sicily

This was a solo trip for me to Sicily. I do not drive anymore. So the only option for me was the bus. 

Exploring Sicily by bus was a fantastic way for me to visit 4 different parts of the island: From Catania to Syracuse, from Syracuse to Palermo, and from Palermo to Cefalù.

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Interbus connects many of the island’s major towns and cities. With a well-connected network of bus routes, it’s easy to navigate your way around the island.

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One of the biggest advantages of traveling by bus in Sicily is the cost. Bus travel is generally much cheaper than renting a car or taking a taxi, making it a great option for budget-conscious travelers. In addition, many of the bus routes are operated by comfortable, air-conditioned coaches, making for a comfortable and enjoyable ride.

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When traveling by bus in Sicily, it’s important to plan ahead and book your tickets in advance, especially during the peak tourist season. This will help to ensure that you get a seat on your preferred route, and avoid any unnecessary stress or delays.

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Exploring Sicily by bus is an excellent way to see the island’s many attractions, without breaking the bank. With a well-connected network of bus routes and comfortable, air-conditioned coaches, traveling around Sicily by bus is a stress-free and enjoyable experience.

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HOW TO GET FROM PALERMO TO CEFALÙ

There are a few different transportation options for getting from Palermo to Cefalù :

By Train: The easiest and most convenient way to get to Cefalù from Palermo is by train. There are regular trains that run from Palermo to Cefalù, and the journey takes around one hour. You can catch a train from Palermo’s main train station, Palermo Centrale, and the train will take you directly to Cefalù’s train station, which is located in the centre of town.

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By Bus: There are also buses that run from Palermo to Cefalù. The journey takes about 1.5 hours and the bus station is located near Palermo Centrale train station. However, the frequency of buses may be lower than trains and it may not be as convenient.

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By Car: If you prefer to drive, you can rent a car in Palermo and drive to Cefalù. The journey takes around one hour. However, driving in Italy can be challenging, especially if you are not familiar with the roads and the driving culture.

Overall, taking the train from Palermo to Cefalù is the most recommended option for its convenience and cost-effectiveness.

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Where to stay in Cefalu in Sicily

Cefalù is a beautiful coastal town in Sicily with plenty of options for accommodation. Here are some areas to consider staying in and some reasons to avoid Bed and Breakfasts (B&Bs).

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Cefalù Old Town

Staying in the Old Town is a great choice if you want to be close to the main attractions, such as the Cathedral, the beach, and the restaurants. The streets are narrow, and the buildings are old and charming. However, this area can be crowded and noisy during peak season.

During my research, I noticed that almost all the accommodation options in the Old Town weren’t renovated, so be careful about that. I personally wouldn’t like to stay in a place that is not well-maintained. Unfortunately I got the impression that they do not wish to invest money in home renovation, so why should I opt for them?

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Beachfront: If you want to be right on the beach, you can stay in the beachfront area. The beach in Cefalù is beautiful, and staying here will give you easy access to the sea.

During my research, I noticed that the beachfront hotels were much better than the accommodation options in the Old Town.

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Rural areas: If you prefer a more peaceful and quiet atmosphere, you can stay in the rural areas around Cefalù. There are many agriturismos (farm stays) in the countryside that offer a peaceful setting, beautiful views, and local cuisine. However, these accommodations can be further from the main attractions, and you will need a car to get around.

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Regarding B&Bs, it’s important to note that they can be inconsistent in terms of quality and service. Some may be well-maintained and run by friendly hosts, while others may be poorly maintained, noisy, or lacking in amenities and privacy. It’s always a good idea to read reviews and check the ratings before booking any accommodation, including B&Bs. Do your research before you book.

I personally haven’t had a positive experience. My room wasn’t cleaned for four consecutive days and there was always Japanese music playing exactly outside of the door of my room. The B&B I chose to stay wasn’t cheap, and yet, it was lacking privacy, quietness and relaxation.

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3 days in Cefalù: what to see, do and eat

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One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat

One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat

One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat

The 3rd stop of my Sicily trip was Palermo, the capital city of Sicily. As soon as I arrived, I was immediately captivated by the colourful streets, the bustling markets, and the rich history of the city. 

One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat

One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat

Palermo is a vibrant and historic city with plenty to offer visitors. With a rich history, beautiful architecture, delicious cuisine, and stunning coastline, Palermo is a perfect destination for a week-long trip. In this blog post, I will provide my best travel tips for spending one week in Palermo, including some of the city’s highlights and must-visit places.

One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat

One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat

On my first day in Palermo I was lucky enough to meet Chiara. She was excited to show me the beautiful places in Palermo and around Palermo.

We started by strolling through the historic city center, taking in the stunning architecture and vibrant atmosphere. We visited the Quattro Canti, also known as the Four Corners, which is the city’s central square and the meeting point of the four historic districts of Palermo. 

One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat

From here, we took a walk to the nearby Cathedral of Palermo, a stunning example of Sicilian Baroque architecture.

We spend some days together exploring the city and taking pictures in front of its many landmarks, such as the Cathedral of Palermo, the Palazzo dei Normanni, and the Teatro Massimo.

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Top Tip: Take a photography walking tour with Chiara to discover hidden gems and local hotspots. This way, you’ll see more of the city and take better photographs.

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Getting to Palermo

The easiest way to get to Palermo is by flying into the Falcone-Borsellino Airport. It is located around 35 kilometers west of the city. From there, you can take a taxi or the train to get to the city center. Alternatively, you can take a ferry from Naples or other Italian cities, which arrive at the Port of Palermo.

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Getting around Palermo

Palermo is a city that’s best explored on foot, but it also has an efficient public transportation system that includes buses, trams, and trains. Taxis are also readily available, but they can be more expensive than other forms of transportation.

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What to see and do in Palermo

Visit the Palermo Cathedral: This stunning cathedral is located in the heart of the historic center and features a mix of architectural styles, including Norman, Gothic, and Baroque.

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One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat

Explore the Palazzo dei Normanni: This impressive palace was once home to Sicilian royalty and features stunning mosaics and artwork.

Take a stroll through the Quattro Canti: This famous intersection features four stunning Baroque buildings, each representing one of the four seasons.

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Visit the Capuchin Catacombs: These eerie catacombs are home to thousands of mummified bodies, making for a unique and somewhat haunting experience.

Take a street food tour: Palermo is known for its delicious street food, and a guided tour is a great way to sample a variety of local specialties.

One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat
One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat
 

Visit the markets: Palermo has several vibrant markets, including the Ballarò, Capo, and Vucciria markets, where you can find everything from fresh produce to handicrafts.

Relax at Mondello Beach: This beautiful beach is located just a short drive from the city center and is a popular spot for swimming and sunbathing.

One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat

Where and what to eat in Palermo

Palermo is known for its delicious cuisine, and there are plenty of options for dining out. Some of the must-try dishes include arancini, panelle, pasta alla Norma, and cannoli.

One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat

Best restaurants in Palermo

Basile antica focacceria del Massimo / Cafe del Kassaro / Bisso bistro

Where to find the best ice cream in Palermo: go to Il Signor Carbognano.

Where to find the best best cannoli in Palermo: go to I segreti del chiostro (amazing place)

For the best pizza go to Anica, Quid Gusto siciliano, Cagliostro

One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat
One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat
 
Reasons to visit Palermo

Rich history: Palermo has a rich and fascinating history, with many ancient ruins, historic churches, and palaces that are worth exploring. The city’s diverse cultural influences – including Greek, Roman, Arab, and Norman – have all left their mark on the city’s architecture and culture.

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Stunning architecture: Palermo is home to some of the most beautiful buildings in Italy, including the Palermo Cathedral, the Quattro Canti, and the Palazzo dei Normanni. These stunning buildings showcase a mix of architectural styles, including Norman, Gothic, and Baroque.

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Delicious cuisine: Sicilian cuisine is renowned for its bold flavors and unique ingredients, and Palermo is the perfect place to sample it. From street food to fine dining, there are plenty of options for foodies to indulge in local specialties like arancini, cannoli, and panelle.

One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat
One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat
 

Vibrant markets: Palermo is known for its vibrant markets, including the Ballarò, Capo, and Vucciria markets, where you can find everything from fresh produce to handicrafts. These markets are a great place to soak up the local atmosphere and try some of the city’s famous street food.

One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat

Beautiful beaches: Palermo is home to several beautiful beaches, including Mondello, which is just a short drive from the city center. These beaches offer a great place to relax, swim, and soak up the sun.

One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat
One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat
 

Cultural events: Palermo hosts a range of cultural events throughout the year, including music festivals, art exhibitions, and theater performances. These events are a great way to immerse yourself in the local culture and experience the city’s vibrant arts scene.

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One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat
 
Day trips from Palermo 

Mondello Beach

Chiara brought me by car to Mondello Beach, a popular destination among locals and tourists alike. The beach is famous for its clear waters, soft sand, and picturesque views of the surrounding mountains. I spent the day relaxing on the beach and taking pictures of the crystal clear water. 

Tip: To capture the perfect beach photo, wake up early in the morning or stay until sunset to get the best lighting.

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Sant’Elia

Chiara also brought me to Sant’ Elia. 

Sant’Elia is a small fishing village located on the northern coast of Sicily, just a few kilometers from the town of Cefalù. Despite its small size, Sant’Elia is a hidden gem that offers visitors a glimpse into the authentic lifestyle of the locals, away from the hustle and bustle of the tourist crowds.

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During my visit to Sant’Elia, I was immediately struck by the stunning natural beauty of the area. The village is nestled between a rugged coastline and lush hills, offering breathtaking views of the Tyrrhenian Sea. The crystal-clear waters and secluded coves make it a great spot for swimming and sunbathing, while the nearby hills offer excellent hiking trails for those who love to explore.

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We wandered around the village and explored the narrow streets and alleys. The buildings in Sant’Elia are traditional Sicilian architecture, with colourful facades and intricate balconies. I stumbled upon a small square where locals were gathered, chatting and sipping on espresso at a local café. I felt as though I had been transported back in time, to a simpler and more peaceful way of life.

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One of the highlights of my visit was the food. Sant’Elia is known for its excellent seafood, and I enjoyed a delicious lunch of freshly caught fish and homemade pasta at a local trattoria. The dishes were simple but bursting with flavour, and I could taste the freshness of the ingredients in every bite.

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A visit to Sant’Elia is a must for anyone traveling to Sicily. This hidden gem offers visitors a chance to experience the authentic lifestyle of the locals, away from the tourist crowds. With its stunning natural beauty, bustling fishing industry, and delicious cuisine, Sant’Elia is a true gem that should not be missed.

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Palermo 10 top tips

Here are 10 top tips to help you make the most of your visit to Palermo:

1. Visit the historic landmarks: Palermo has an abundance of historic landmarks to explore, such as the Palermo Cathedral, the Quattro Canti, and the Palazzo dei Normanni.

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2. Try the local cuisine: Sicilian cuisine is renowned for its delicious flavours and unique ingredients, so make sure to try dishes such as arancini, pasta alla Norma, and cannoli.

3. Take a street food tour: For an authentic taste of Palermo’s cuisine, join a street food tour to sample a variety of local specialties.

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4. Explore the local markets: Palermo’s markets are a feast for the senses, with colorful displays of fresh produce, spices, and handicrafts. The most famous markets are Ballarò, Mercato del Capo, and Vucciria.

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5. Visit the beaches: Palermo has several beautiful beaches, such as Mondello, which is a popular spot for swimming and sunbathing.

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6. Take a day trip to Sant’Elia: Located just a short drive from Palermo, Sant’Elia is a hidden gem that offers visitors a glimpse into the authentic lifestyle of the locals, away from the hustle and bustle of the tourist crowds.

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7. Enjoy the nightlife: Palermo has a vibrant nightlife scene with plenty of bars, clubs, and live music venues to choose from.

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8. Take a photography walking tour with Chiara: she will take amazing photos of you and you are going to have lots of fun together! After all, it’s great to meet a local!  

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9. Relax in a park: Palermo has several beautiful parks and gardens, such as the Villa Giulia and the Giardino Inglese, where you can relax and enjoy the scenery.

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10. Have a drink at the Seven restaurant, the best rooftop in Palermo. 

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The famous local markets in Palermo 

Palermo is known for its delicious cuisine, so one day should be dedicated to a food tour of the city. Visit the vibrant markets where locals and visitors alike can find everything from fresh produce to unique handicrafts. Here are some of the most famous local markets in Palermo that you shouldn’t miss:

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Ballarò Market

Located in the heart of the historic center of Palermo, Ballarò is one of the city’s oldest and most popular markets. Start your food tour by visiting the Ballarò Market to sample some of the city’s street food, such as arancini (fried rice balls) and panelle (chickpea fritters).

Next, visit some of the city’s best restaurants to try some of its traditional dishes, such as pasta con le sarde (pasta with sardines) and cannoli (a pastry filled with sweet ricotta cheese). 

Here, you can find everything from fresh produce to meat, fish, and cheese, as well as clothing, souvenirs, and street food. It’s a bustling and colorful market that’s a feast for the senses.

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Vucciria Market

Once the city’s main market, Vucciria is now a more touristy spot but still worth a visit. It’s known for its lively atmosphere and street food stalls, where you can sample traditional Sicilian dishes like arancine, panelle, and sfincione (a type of pizza).

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Mercato del Capo

Located near the Palermo Cathedral, Mercato del Capo is a bustling market that’s popular with locals and tourists alike. Here, you can find fresh produce, meat, and fish, as well as clothing, shoes, and household items. It’s a great place to experience the vibrant and colourful atmosphere of Palermo’s markets.

No matter which market you choose to visit, be prepared for a lively and chaotic experience that’s quintessentially Palermitano.

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One week in Palermo: What to see, do and eat

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