Visit the Arab-Norman town Monreale, with its amazing panoramic views overlooking the famous Conca d'Oro and the entire city of Palermo. In this town, you will have the chance to admire the majestic dome, commissioned by William II and representing scenes from the Old and New Testaments all in golden mosaics.
Continue your experience in Cefalù, one of the major tourist attractions in the region. This city attracts thousands of tourists from all parts of the world mainly because of its youthful atmosphere and lively nightlife. The city, of Greek origins, evidently derived its name from its position on a lofty and precipitous rock, forming a headland which projecting into the sea and stunning beaches of fine sand.
Lastly, reach Castelbuono to visit the city's castle, whose construction began in 1316, by order of Count Francesco I of Ventimiglia, over the ruins of the ancient Byzantine town of Ypsigro. In the castle's second floor rises the sumptuous Cappella Palatina, built in 1683 by Giuseppe and Giacomo Serpotta, with a great profusion of precious marble, stuccowork, putti and friezes to celebrate the House of Ventimiglia.