As you arrive in Celafù, you'll wonder at the sight of the huge rock that overshadows the village. It's some 270 meters high, and atop it lies the Temple of Diana, an ancient building linked to the cult of water. The village's historical center, which arose under this huge bastion, is based on the huge cathedral built by Roger II. Don't miss the medieval Washhouse, dug entirely out of rock and active until very recently. It's reached by a beautiful stone staircase, and when you arrive you feel you've gone back in time to when things were slow and all was done by hand. Celafù also has a seashore that's beautiful for walking, particularly in the evening. The view of the illuminated port is magical, particularly when accompanied by excellent seafood.