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Campofelice Di Roccella Holidays

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Sicily holidays

History between mountains and sea

Founded by a Sicilian prince in 1699, Campofelice di Roccella is a picturesque town set on one of Sicily’s finest beaches – a broad 12-kilometre stretch of gleaming sand that reaches along the scene-stealing northern coast. An easy hop along the coast from the city of Cefalu with its handsome Norman fortress, Campofelice di Roccella itself is dotted with ancient ruins, and backed by the towering Madonie mountains.

Campofelice di Roccella holidays are great for those looking to unwind. You’re pretty much assured sunshine, and the beautiful beach is lapped by a turquoise, shallow sea. But there’s also plenty to do, as this is a springboard for the nearby mountains, and there are fantastic water sports facilities along the beach. Gourmet travellers will be happy, too, as the town is famous for its superb Sicilian cuisine. With such an amazing location, and so much to offer, holidays to Campofelice di Roccella can be whatever you want them to be.

Your Campofelice di Roccella questions, answered

No, Campofelice di Roccella has some great accommodation for all budgets, and a gorgeous beach to keep everyone entertained for free. Eating out here is good value, too.
Campofelice di Roccella is great for families, as it has a very long, gently shelving beach, with translucent, warm water. There’s plenty of room for everyone, and safe shallow waters.
You won’t get bored here, with all the water sports you can imagine, from kitesurfing to stand-up paddle boarding, plus boat trips, ancient ruins and hundreds of mountain trails.

Best things to do in Campofelice di Roccella

Bask on the beach

The 12-kilometre beach is a vast coastal playground extending along the Gulf of Termini. It has everything you need for beachside fun, from bars to sunloungers.

Visit Roccella Tower

This imposing fortified watchtower dates from the 14th century and was part of the town’s Arabic fortifications, built to defend the local territory against attack.

Head for the hills

Campofelice di Roccella is at the base of the Madonie mountain range, with pristine scenery, criss-crossed with hiking routes that take you past waterfalls and wildflowers.