- When to go: Temperatures peak in July and August, but most of spring and autumn promise comfortable temperatures, perfect for an affordable off-peak holiday.
- Why Cefalu: Cefalu is well-known for its beautiful beaches, with golden sands and shallow waters, ideal for families. The city also boasts a wealth of historical and cultural landmarks, making it one of the most fascinating beach resorts in Sicily.
- Top attractions: The vast beaches stretch for miles in each direction, with family-friendly amenities and fantastic views back over the city. Crystal-clear waters and sandy shores lined with sun loungers make Cefalu holidays a top choice for beach-lovers.
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Cefalu is a picturesque seaside city on the northern coast of Sicily, promising miles of outstanding beaches and a city centre steeped in rich culture and history. Originally a small fishing village, it is now one of the most popular beach resorts in the region thanks to the numerous attractions, and fantastic links to the surrounding islands.
What to do in Cefalu
Cefalu holidays are perfect for family beach breaks. The main sandy beach in Cefalu is Lungomare, a popular destination for families, thanks to the beach-side lifeguards and watchtowers and the shallow waters, making it ideal for paddling and castle-building. For a more secluded area, the Caldura beach lies opposite Cefalu harbour, a quiet pebble shore free of lidos, boasting crystal-clear waters and plenty of rocks to dive from.
Cefalu's city centre is ideal for exploring; perfect for a cultural beach holiday. Sicily is known for its rich and varied heritage, and Cefalu's landmarks are the perfect way to learn more about the island's past. The Cathedral of Cefalu is a great place to start, a Norman structure built in a Sicilian Romanesque style, with beautiful mosaics inside and two tall towers rising from the centre, dominating the skyline. The city is also home to a number of Roman churches, and several large medieval mansions and villas.
Holidays in Cefalu provide the ideal opportunity to discover Sicily's neighbouring islands and resorts. During the summer, you'll find a number of ferries running to Palermo, and the Aeolian Islands to the north, a group of volcanic islands with fantastic views, incredible beaches and even impressive displays of volcanic activity!
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