Cefalu is a city and comune in the province of Palermo, located on the northern coast of Sicily,
Italy on the Tyrrhenian Sea about 70 km east from the provincial capital and 185 km west of Messina. The town is one of the major tourist attractions in the region. Despite its size, every year it attracts millions of tourists from all parts of Sicily and also, from all over Italy and Europe. In summer the population can triple, making the main streets and major roads in the country crowded, and with it a young atmosphere and lively nightlife.
- The Cathedral-Basilica of Cefalù
- Santa Maria dell'Odigitria.
- Santa Oliva (1787). It has a tuff portal.
- San Sebastiano (probably 1523).
- San Leonardo.
- The Immacolatella (1661).
- The Oratory of the Santissimo Sacramento (1688).
- Chapel of San Biagio (St. Blaise).
- Santo Stefano or Church of Purgatory.
- Santissima Trinità.
- Santissima Annunziata (c. 1511).
- The Monastery of St. Catherine.
Other sights include:
- The Seminary and the Bishops Palace.
- Palazzo Atenasio Martino (15th century).
- Palazzo Maria (13th century).
- Palazzo Piraino (16th century).
- Osterio Magno.
- Ancient Roman baths.
- The remains of the Abbey of Thelema.
- The sanctuary of Gibilmanna.