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Cefalý a town of Medieval origins, going back to the V century B.C., which was built on a headland dominated by an overhanging cliff. Cefalý is characterised by beaches of fine sand, by the old houses which look onto the sea, and by its Cathedral of Norman origins, built by Ruggero II in fulfilment of a vow which he made when, overcome by a terrible tempest when at sea with his fleet, he managed to land in this town.
The name of Cefalý is linked to the shape of the promontory which hangs over it, known as La Rocca. The most important monument is the Cathedral, or Basilica-Cathedral, around which the present town developed; other monuments are: the Palazzo Municipale (Town Hall), the ancient Convent of the Benedictine Nuns.
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