Victoria Palace

The Victoria Palace is incredibly fresh and modern. The whole hotel’s dressed in a colour scheme of reds and whites, while rooms feature cushioned headboards and abstract canvases.

Outside, curvy sunloungers surround the pool. It’s set in flower-lined gardens and comes with impressive views of the Mediterranean Sea.

Inside, the cafe/restaurant serves continental breakfasts. Like the rest of the hotel, it’s incredibly stylish and you can choose to dine indoors or on the shady sea-view patio. During the day, it serves snacks and coffees when you feel peckish.

Overview of Cefalu

With stunning beaches, traditional restaurants and upmarket cocktail bars, Cefalu Is a stunning destination for a holiday to Sicily.

Although it’s a sleepy fishing port for most of the year, the resort really comes alive in summer. The giant sandy beach on the doorstep of the Victoria Palace is Cefalu’s main attraction, but it also has an old town that’s full of medieval attractions, a fisherman’s quarter and the headland of La Rocca. Whether you’d rather explore or relax, there’s a pace of holiday to suit you in Cefalu.

Things to do in Cefalu

The Victoria Palace hits the jackpot when it comes to location. It’s just across the promenade from Cefalu’s long, sandy beach. The sand stretches for more than five kilometres and extends all the way from the old town to Cefalu’s western end.

When you fancy heading out for an evening meal, there are plenty of bars and restaurants within 10 minutes’ walk. You’ll never struggle for a place for dinner, with Italian and Sicilian restaurants lining the streets. During the day, you can also explore this area and uncover ancient monuments like the Norman cathedral and the Temple of Diana.

When you head on your holiday to Cefalu, expect gorgeous beaches and beautiful food.


Resort Summary

Cefalu might have Greek origins, but this little town is distinctly Italian. Found on the northern coast of Sicily beside an unusually stocky mountain and the shores of the Tyrrhenian Sea, Cefalu is one of the biggest draws on this side of the island.

Scattered around town are ancient ruins, a Norman cathedral and a medieval wash house. You’ll also find plenty of shopping opportunities and amazing homemade Sicilian food – and that’s only the beginning of this Mediterranean haven.