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The Cathedral is an UNESCO Heritage monument. It has a few very beautiful mosaics. If you have visited Cappella Palatina in Palermo or the Cathedral of Monreale this one in Cefalu looks very poor. The cathedral is accessible for everybody with ramps.
Duomo di Cefalu is really magical, like the whole city of Cefalu. This is a very beautiful small city with gorgeous duomo. This city is a must-see if you are nearby. You will spend a romantic afternoon here and you will see one of the...More
This partner site to Monreale offers more breathtaking Norman mosaics - expertly restored and not to be missed. Cefalù is a charming tourist town so have a granita at one of the cafes outside the duomo then go back in for a second look-it’s worth...More
Allow plenty of time when you visit the Duomo di Cefalu, one of the jewels of Sicily and Italy. It is breath taking! Looking for minutes at the Cristo Pantocratore (Christ All Powerful) mosaic was a very special moment - worth paying for the all-inclusive...More
It truly is a one-of-a-kind cathedral, with understated Norman architecture and, as John Julius Norwich observed, probably the most impressive mosaic depicting Christ in all of Europe. It's also just a great place in which to get away from the heat and hubbub of Cefalu,...More
The Norman Cathedral at Cefalu (the equivalent of the more famous Monreale Cathedral) houses a masterpiece of mosaic work set beneath the giant “roccia” (rock) looming over Cefalu. For a modest fee one can explore not only the nave, but the cloisters, museum and tower...More
Drive (or take a bus trip) to the "Marsala Cantine Pellegrino Winery" in Marsala where, besides trying their wine, you will see three beautiful examples of Sicilian carts in their display area.