Cefalù is located on the northern Sicilian coast, about 70 km from Palermo, at the foot of a rocky promontory. It is one of the largest seaside resorts in the entire region. Despite its small size, every year there is a flow of local, national and foreign visits, in the summer, they triple the population, making the main squares and the most important streets of the country crowded. The city, which is part of the Madonie Park, is included in the club of the most beautiful villages in Italy, the association of small Italian centers that stand out for their great artistic, cultural and historical relevance, for the harmony of the urban fabric , livability and services to citizens. From August 2nd to 6th there will be the party of the SS. Salvatore, owner of the Cathedral and protector of the city. The afternoon of the last day of the celebrations of the SS. Salvatore, there is a competition called Antinna a mari o ‘Ntinna a mari. The race sees young and old fishermen reaching out to conquer a colored flag attached to the tip of a very long trunk, made slippery by soap, which is placed horizontally at the sea and firmly fixed to the quay.