Cefalu guided city tour

Discover the Secrets of Cefalu on this Fascinating Walking Tour

Type: Shared and private tour options available
Duration: 2 hours
Availability: All year

 

Discover the historic evolution of Cefalu on this tour, which covers the Old Town and Modern District

The picturesque fishing village of Cefalu on the Sicilian Coast saw its heyday under the Norman King, Roger II, who initiated the work on the town Duomo (cathedral) in 1131 and, even today, it is still one of Sicily's most splendid religious buildings. The town offers much in the way of beautiful architecture and culture, which can all be discovered on a walking tour of the town.

To find out more about our Cefalu walking tours, which are available as economical shared tours or luxury private tours, please contact a member of our expert team on (UK) 01223 637331 / (US) 1-347-594-5500 or click here to send an online enquiry.

 

About Our Tours

On our guided tour of Cefalu you will explore the hidden depths of the village and all the outstanding sights that have come to make this region of Sicily famous. You will also learn about the history and culture that have shaped the village as you find it today and all with an English-speakingfriendly and professional tour guide.

Bellarome only uses officialprofessional and fully-licensed tour guides to ensure you have the best tour possible.

If you would like to book this tour or you would like us to arrange any customised tour for you, please call one of our dedicated team on 01223 637331 or Click here to send us an enquiry.

 

About Cefalu

Cefalu's town is divided in two parts: a new modern part and an old part. The old region of the village is mainly for pedestrians and has many charming boutiques. The old town also has a picturesque harbour, hidden alleys and medieval buildings. Corso Ruggero is the main street, which has many different shops and restaurants. The old town centre is dominated by the Duomo and the massive rock crag, which towers in the background and is known as the Rocca.