Sicily, part IV

It was rather nice to wake up in a hotel just across the square from Cefalù cathedral. And it was even nicer to drink cappuccino on the roof terrace of the hotel and watch locals and tourists on the square minding their business. The morning of our third day we stayed in Cefalù, after what we drove further to east, to a mountain village called Novara di Sicilia. By the night, we landed in the hotel near Messina.

Cefalù cathedral in the morning light.

Cefalù cathedral in the morning light.

Inside the Cefalù cathedral.

Inside the Cefalù cathedral.


A street in Cefalù.

A street in Cefalù.


And an another street in Cefalù.

And an another street in Cefalù.


Laundry on balconies—you can find that in both Italy and Spain.

Laundry on balconies—you can find that in both Italy and Spain.


A sanctuary in Tindari, in a tiny town on top of a seaside mountain between Palermo and Messina.

A sanctuary in Tindari, in a tiny town on top of a seaside mountain between Palermo and Messina.


In East Sicily, south of Tndari, west of Taormina and southwest from Messina, there’s a village of Novara di Sicilia that is supposed to be one of the most beautiful villages in whole Sicily. However, the beauty is in the eye of the beholder. In fact, Novara is an abandoned and out-of-shape village in the middle of nowhere.

In East Sicily, south of Tndari, west of Taormina and southwest from Messina, there’s a village of Novara di Sicilia that is supposed to be one of the most beautiful villages in whole Sicily. However, the beauty is in the eye of the beholder. In fact, Novara is an abandoned and out-of-shape village in the middle of nowhere.

Novara di Sicilia.

Novara di Sicilia.

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