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Cefalu, Sicily on a Sunday?

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The way our trip is shaping up, it looks like we might spend a Sunday (in May) in Cefalu.The train schedule for Palermo TO Cefalu is fine, but it's not so great on the return. The trenitalia site showed me the bus schedule but only for Mon. - Sat., and I couldn't find a way to get it to show Sunday. Does that mean there is no bus from Cefalu to Palermo on Sundays? We're mostly interested in just meandering around Cefalu but will the fishermen be out on a Sunday? Shops and restaurants open? Or are we really better off hanging around Palermo on a Sunday? thank you; you've been very helpful on my other posts/questions.

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