The two towers of the 12th century Romanesque Cathedral stand proud over the rooftops of Cefalù. Inside, features include elaborate mosaics and a depiction of Christ which dominates the central apse.
The Museo Mandralisca houses a collection of artwork, furniture and precious objects belonging to the Mandraliscas, including a famous Renaissance painting entitled ‘Portrait Of An Unknown Man’.
Towering above even the cathedral, is a rocky mass called La Rocca. If you have the energy, you can climb to the summit, which takes about three hours and takes you past the 4th century BC ‘Temple of Diana’ and a ruined Norman castle.