If Taormina is Sicily's resort town par excellence, then Cefalù is its eager younger sibling, desperately trying to catch up. Just over an hour by train or bus from Palermo, this attractive beachside town is now the top spot on the Tyrrhenian Coast. Its popularity is reflected in the number of tour buses that hit town during summer and the near-exorbitant prices. Still, the town's location, backed up against the towering mass of a crag known simply as La Rocca (the Rock), plus its unspoilt medieval streets and historic sights, make this a wonderful place to spend a couple of days.
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