Depart to Cefalù, a charming unspoiled village with winding, narrow, medieval streets, founded by the Norman King Roger II during the twelfth century on the site of an earlier settlement. Visit the Norman Cathedral with its glittering Byzantine mosaics, which include the over-powering figure of the Pantokrator. Then on to the Medieval Washhouse and to the old port for a view on Cefalù's defence walls and gates. A visit of the Mandralisca Museum will allow you to see the painting of the Unknown Man, a masterpiece by Antonello da Messina, and a collection of coins, ceramics, vases, mineral and shells. Time at leisure for lunch. In the afternoon, enjoy time at leisure to shop for handmade lace, coral jewels, ceramics, home-made sweets and preserves down “Corso Ruggero” or swimming in the crystal clear sea waters. Back to Palermo in the late afternoon.