Discover the Sicilian hinterland and the Tyrrhenian coast by visiting two of the most important cities of art in Sicily: Palermo and Cefalù, UNESCO sites from 2015 for their Arab-Norman itineraries.
Palermo, historical capital of Sicily, preserves the most important Arab-Norman, Byzantine and Spanish monuments.
You will reach the city by bus, and there you will start the walking tour visiting Quattro Canti, the Martorana church, Piazza Bellini, Piazza Pretoria, the Cathedral and the whole historical center, including the typical local market Capo. In alternative you could also choose an individual and facultative visit of Monreale, famous for its mosaics.
After lunch, you will departure for Cefalù on the north coast. There, you will visit the historical center and the Norman Cathedral with the famous mosaic of Christ Pantocrator.