Cefalù: Guided tour of the City + Sicilian icecream degustation

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Wonderful guided tour to explore the characteristic town of Cefalù. Cefalù is rich of Sicilian history and culture. A tourist guide will accompany you to discover our beautiful city.

Walk through the typical streets of the ancient town to admire the ancient “Porta Pescara”, famous place for the landing of the first Norman King Roger II. Continue towards the medieval wash house. Crossing the typical Mediterranean lanes, you will reach the main square. Visit the majestic Arab-Norman Cathedral.

Small stop to enjoy a typical Sicilian ice cream (offered in the price of the visit) and free time for shopping. Return to the hotel in the late afternoon.


Tour features:

Departure: every Saturday afteroon (from May until the 1st week of October)

Arrival: about 18:00 p.m (Q8 Petrol Station – Campofelice di R.)

Duration: 1h30 tour + 1h free time

Meet point (free transfer): h 14:25 p.m at Q8 Petrol station (Campofelice di Roccella) / or h 15:00 p.m at Cefalù Railway station.

Price: € 15 (Adults) – € 7,50 (Children under 12 years old) – Free (Babies 0-2 years old)

Spoken language: Italian, English, French, German, Dutch



​Would you like to book this excursion?

Claudio Longo

Tourist expert

If do you need some information, feel free to contact me - I will be very happy to help you​ 🙂

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