Studio for 1-2

A1 On ground floor this flat is composed by a room with kitchen corner and a bedroom with double bed bathroom with shower, bide and wc.
Furnished of refrigerator, air conditioning ,TV and WIFI.

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A2 Composed by a room with double bed with table for two, balcony and a kitchen. Bathroom with shower, bide and wc. Furnished of refrigerator, air conditioning, satellite TV and dvd player.

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A2 Studio with one room with kitchen corner, bathroom with shower and bedroom with double bed few steps from the beach and from the central square “Piazza Duomo”.

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A5 - Contrada Ferla 90015 Cefalù View and magic atmosphere.

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Apartments for 2-4

B1 Composed by a living-room with bed-sofa, balcony and kitchen from where, through a little stair, is possible to go up to the bedroom where there is a double bed and a roof window with sea view.

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B2 Composed by living-room with bed sofa and a single bed and kitchen at the first level and, through a little stair at the second level, bedroom with double bed and bathroom with shower/bide/wc.

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B1 It is composed of a living room with kitchen corner and bedsofa,bathroom with shower and a bedroom with balcony that look to the beginning of the beach "lungomare".

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B5 Apt with one room with kitchen corner and bedsofa, bathroom with shower and bedroom with double bed, Tv, dvd player and air conditioned, washing machine in the courtyard.

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B4 Totally new renovated apt with living room kitchen with bedsofa and balcony on the street and bathroom with shower bedroom with double bed.

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Cefalu Cefalù (Sicilian: Cifalù, Greek: Κεφαλοίδιον, Diod., Strabo, or Κεφαλοιδὶς, Ptol.; Latin: Cephaloedium, or Cephaloedis, Pliny) is a city and comune in the province of Palermo, located on the northern coast of Sicily, Italy on the Tyrrhenian Sea about 70 km east from the provincial capital and 185 km west of Messina. The town is one of the major tourist attractions in the region. Despite its size, each year attracts millions of tourists from all parts of Sicily and also, generally, from all over Italy and Europe. In summer the population reaches even triple, making the crowded main streets and major roads in the country, this thanks to a young atmosphere and lively nightlife. The city, part of Madonie Park, is included in the club of The most beautiful villages in Italy, namely a unique combination of small Italian towns that stand out among others for the great artistic, cultural and historic, for harmony of the urban livability and citizen services

Of Greek foundation, the city evidently derived its name from its situation on a lofty and precipitous rock, forming a bold headland (Κεφαλὴ) projecting into the sea. But though its name proves it to have been of Greek origin, no mention is found of it in Thucydides, who expressly says that Himera was the only Greek colony on this coast of the island[2]; it is probable that Cephaloedium was at this time merely a fortress (φρούριον) belonging to the Himeraeans, and may very likely have been first peopled by refugees after the destruction of Himera. Its name first appears in history at the time of the Carthaginian expedition under Himilco, 396 BC, when that general concluded a treaty with the Himeraeans and the inhabitants of Cephaloedium[3]. But after the defeat of the Carthaginian armament, Dionysius the Elder made himself master of Cephaloedium, which was betrayed into his hands. (Ibid. 78.) At a later period we find it again independent, but apparently on friendly terms with the Carthaginians, on which account it was attacked and taken by Agathocles, 307 BC[4]. In the First Punic War it was reduced by the Roman fleet under Atilius Calatinus and Scipio Nasica, 254 BC, but by treachery and not by force of arms[5]. Cicero speaks of it as apparently a flourishing town, enjoying full municipal privileges; it was, in his time, one of the civitates decumanae which paid the tithes of their corn in kind to the Roman state, and suffered severely from the oppressions and exactions of Verres[6]. It also minted coins. No subsequent mention of it is found in history, but it is noticed by the geographers Strabo, Pliny, and Ptolemy, among the towns of Sicily, and at a later period its name is still found in the Itineraries[7].

During the Byzantine domination the settlement was moved from the plain to the current spur, although the old town was never entirely abandoned. In 858, after a long siege, it was conquered by the Arabs, and rechristened Gafludi. For the following centuries it was part of the Emirate of Sicily.

In 1063 the Normans captured it and in 1131, Roger II, king of Sicily, transferred it from its almost inaccessible position to one at the foot of the rock, where there was a small but excellent harbor, and began construction of the present cathedral. Between the 13th century and 1451 it was under different feudal families, and then it became a possession of the Bishops of Cefalù.

During the Risorgimento, the patriot Salvatore Spinuzza was shot here in 1857. Cefalù became part of the Kingdom of Italy in 1861.

 

Courtesy of Wikipedia.

 


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Apartments for 5-6-7

B1 Apartment with air conditioning, radio cd and TV, comprises of a living room, a bedroom with a doublebed and a double bunkbed, plus a mezzanine with a doublebed.

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C2 Composed by a bedroom upstairs, a bedroom down and a big salon where there's a bed sofa. From the kitchen is possible to go to the terrace where there's a table and parasol.

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V1 At approxmatly 3,5 km from town centre and at 700 mt from the beach with a field of 3500 mt with secularium olivo all around Is composed by two levels.

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