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Lots to see and do in Fermanagh Lakelands.

Fermanagh is a county of open horizons and opportunity for all those who love the outdoor life. The landscape is an intricate patchwork quilt of woodland, forest, parkland and wetland. Here the glorious views and stunning panoramas of the natural environment are guaranteed to entice you into the fresh, cleansing country air.

Itineraries & Tours

Fermanagh is a wonderful destination to explore - from mysterious caves to  majestic waterways there are secluded corners waiting to be discovered!
We have plenty of ideas to put you on the trail.
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Family Friendly Fermanagh

Fermanagh is a great location for a family getaway. Plenty of activities to keep the kids active and entertained. And opportunities for peace and relaxation for parents.
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Boat Holidays

The Fermanagh Lakelands is an unspoilt network of meandering waterways and islands. For a peaceful break, why not hire a cabin cruiser and make your way around Upper and Lower Lough Erne. 
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Shopping

Fermanagh is full of picturesque market towns, each with local crafts and wares to sell. Call in to Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre and see the craftsmen at work.
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Eating Out

There's no shortage of great food and drink on offer in Fermanagh. From fine dining at a local Restaurant or hotel to a quick lunch in a local pub, you'll find you'll be more than satisfied with our offering.
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  • At 665m, Cuilcagh is the highest point in Fermanagh, and the only true mountain. Lakeland Fact

  • Boa Island is the biggest island inside Ireland. The Janus Figure on Boa Island is one of the most famous pre-Christian features in Ireland and dates back to 2,500 BC.Lakeland Fact

  • The wooded island of Inish Rath on Upper Lough Erne has been home to a Hare Krishna community since the mid 1980s.Lakeland Fact

  • There’s an island for every day of the year on Lough Erne.Lakeland Fact

  • Both Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett lived and were educated in Fermanagh.Lakeland Fact

  • Andrew Barton Patterson from Letter, near Kesh, wrote the famous song ‘Waltzing Matilda’.Lakeland Fact