Cefalu (Sicily)

Cefalù is a city in the Province of Palermo, located on the northern coast of Sicily. The town, with its population of just under 14,000, is one of the major tourist attractions in the region. Despite its size, every year it attracts millions of tourists from all parts of Sicily and also, from all over Italy and Europe. The Cathedral-Basilica of Cefalù is a Roman Catholic church begun in 1131, in a style of Norman architecture.

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A Medieval dish of purity that can be both savory or sweet

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Eggplant is the star of this popular southern Italian dish, we tell you how to make caponata siciliana di melanzane at home. 

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Cibo da strada or street food has existed since ancient times and Sicily’s capital is noted for deep fried delights such as cazzilli (potato croquettes), quaglie (eggplant quails) and panelle (chickpea fritters)
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A chocolate that dates back to the ancient culture of the Aztecs, arriving to the charming Baroque town of Modica makes for the perfect main ingredient for this rustic Italian cake.

What others are saying about Sicily

@scottkeat asks:

Me and the wife dived on in and bought a small home outside of Monreale (PA), sight unseen from USA. We’ve been granted permission to see/secure it and one of the major tasks is to get utilities up and running. Does anyone have advice about electricity, gas, water, internet, garbage?

@mcmcmc asks:

Hello, 

I wondered if anybody could help with getting a GP - family doctor... when i inquired in Modica at the polyambulatorio office, they said that

that I would have to pay from around 370 euros a year (more depending on income) in order to be part of the  Italian NHS system. 

@SandraEric asks:

Is it cheaper to live in Italy than the US?