Cefalù is a fishing village and popular beach resort on the north coast of Sicily, Italy. Cefalù is one of the most important seaside towns in region with history dating back during the Greek period in Sicily. The village is a gateway to the Madonie mountains and also a starting point to travel the Aeolian Islands. Despite its size, it attracts a significant flow of local, national and foreign tourists every year.
The city's cathedral is included into the Arab-Norman Palermo site and the cathedrals of Cefalù and Monreale in 2015 was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.