Cefalù is a picturesque medieval town by the sea, whose main highlight is a Norman cathedral, built by King Roger II, in 1131, which has recently been handed world heritage status, together with various Norman buildings in Palermo and Monreale. Cefalù's Norman cathedral features stunning mosaics, probably the earliest of their kinds in Sicily, and are believed to be the work of very accomplished Greek craftsmen.

On this guided tour, you will discover Cefalù's medieval center, its cathedral and cloister, as well as the Mandralisca Museum, which has a very fine portrait of an unidentified man by Antonello da Messina. The museum also hosts a collection of paintings, furnitures from the Renaissance, and a good numismatic collection dating from the Greek period to the 19th century.

Rates are per person, and are based on the number of participants in the party:
2 pax €150 - 3 pax €110 - 4 pax €85 - 5 pax €75 - 6 pax €65 - 7 pax €55 - 8 pax €55

Tour duration: ca. 3-3.5h
Appointment: 09:30 by the gate of the cathedral, on top of the flight of stairs
Incidentals: entrance tickets (€ 9)

Contact us to book this private tour of Cefalù, we will let you know about our availabilities and answer any questions you may have.