It's time to plan your Summer Adventures! There are so many ways to enjoy Fermanagh, and so many different things to see and do, but where do you start? Well we've made a short list to help you out!

Check out just a selection of ways to explore, embrace and enjoy Ireland's Lakeland County this Summer....

Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre

When you step into the world of Belleek Pottery you enter one of Northern Ireland’s oldest and fascinating attractions. Visitors have been coming to Belleek Pottery, since 1857. You’re invited to discover the secrets that have made Belleek Pottery one of the most enduring success stories of Irish Craftmanship with a visit to its award winning Visitor Centre.

A visit to Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre is the perfect way for you to spend a day out, with fun for all the family.  Arriving at the pottery on the tranquil banks of the River Erne in County Fermanagh, visitors are invited to ring the bell which first called people to work in 1857.  Admission to the Visitor Centre is free, whilst also offering a range of guided Belleek pottery tours and experiences which can be booked online.  

White Island Guided Hydrobike Tour

Join the craic and hop on our new guided Hydrobike Tour to White Island. On your tour you will cycle to White Island on a Hydrobike where your guide Joe will provide you with a unique version of the history of White Island, Lough Erne. On the tour :

You may learn some history and facts, you will hear some tall tales, you will have a lot of laughs, and you definitely will have fun! – Dont forget to ask about the Pike!

On White island, you will find the ruins of an ancient church built on the site of an earlier monastic settlement with an intact arched Romanesque doorway. The island is world-famous for its eight carved figures that sit in a line along the interior north wall of the church. Most were carved between 800 and 1000 A.D. and are wearing the long tunics of churchmen. The Hydrobike tour lasts approximately 1.5 to 2hours.

Battle Camp Activity Centre

Get ready for adventure at Battle Camp activity Centre, an adventure centre based near Derrylin in Co. Fermanagh, providing both AIRSOFT (11Yrs+) and NERF WARS (6 to 10 yrs)

Airsoft - Spread across battlement packed forest and field areas to give a realistic skirmish experience,  its perfect for Birthday parties, Team building, Corporate days, Stag and Hen parties or even just a family fun day out!! 

Nerf Wars - Comprising of its own custom built arena NERF WARS is perfect for kids summer play days, with a brand-new reception area where parents can relax with a beverage whilst watching the action.

Pilgrim Pass by Erne Water Taxi

The Pilgrim Pass includes Castle Ticket and Café refreshments, this includes the 'Devenish Island Experience' Boat Tour. This allows you to explore Enniskillen Castle, a 15th century stronghold, built 600 years ago by Hugh ‘The Hospitable’ Maguire, before you voyage by boat to Devenish Island.

Ticket includes:

• Admission to Enniskillen Castle Museums

• Tea/Coffee & Scone in Castle Café (children’s option available)

• Guided Boat Tour to Devenish Island  'Devenish Island Experience' (Boat Journey Duration: 1.5 hour).

Water Activity Fun with Blue Green Yonder

Kayak, Canoe or SUP around the Island Town of Enniskillen with equipment hire from Blue Green Yonder.  
Begin your journey at the Water Activity Zone in Enniskillen. The 1.7mile loop around Enniskillen, Irelands only island town provides you with a different perspective on Enniskillen and provides you with the best view of Enniskillen Castle. Make a stop along the way for a hot/cold drink and a treat at our Castle Island Coffee Shop, then continue on your way, exploring the Island of Enniskillen from the water.

Glide 'N' Grill at Corralea

Canoe and BBQ afternoon experience. Ideal for family or a group of friends. This afternoon package lets you get active and catch-up. Paddle among the islands on the beautifully clean waters of Lough Macnean (Alternatively, you can go for the e-bike option: explore the rolling hills and take in the views). Then cook yourself up some grub and chillout in our BBQ hut. Set within natural forest on site here at Corralea. Experience is for up to 4 people. Available from May to September.

Florence Court

Visit  Florence Court, Wander through the native woodland to spot the original Irish Yew tree, and discover a historic working demesne studded with old buildings including a Blacksmith’s Forge, Carpenter’s workshop and Sawmill. Pull on your walking boots and head up the hill to enjoy sweeping vistas and elevated views across Fermanagh. Bike hire is also available from the visitor centre for half or full day hire.

Manor House Marine Day Boat

Manor House Marine and Cottages nestles in the heart of Lower Lough Erne, one of the most spectacular lakes within the island of Ireland. From here a holiday paradise is unleashed. You can relax, take time out, and breathe in the clear unpolluted air while enjoying the unforgettable scenery set in peace and solitude amongst 800 sq. km of the island studded lakes.
Enjoy a day or half day on Lough Erne. Boats available for hire complete with front cabin, inside steering and diesel engine. Price includes tuition, fuel, instruction charts and buoyancy aids etc.

Share Discovery Village Water Park

Make a splash in Upper Lough Erne at Share Discovery Village’s thrilling inflatable, Wibit Water Park, in Lisnaskea near Enniskillen!

As the largest Water Park in Fermanagh, this is one adventure that you, your family and friends do not want to miss out on as it includes an amazing variety of fun obstacles such as the Rock Slide, Side Kick, Bridge and Wiggle Bridge!

Are you up to the challenge of taking on the many challenging obstacles that await? There’s only one way to find out!

Share Discovery Village have installed beautiful new Glamping Pods, these can accommodate 2 adults with a double bed, along with 2 children on a foldable sofa bed. Designed with modern insulation and wide, double glazed doors, the pods ensure a cool & bright atmosphere by day, transforming into a warm and snug retreat when the sun sets.

Cuilcagh Lakelands Geopark

Cuilcagh Lakelands Geopark, one of four transnational Geoparks in the world as it straddles County Fermanagh in Northern Ireland and County Cavan in the Republic of Ireland, became the world’s first cross border Geopark in 2008.

The Geopark is home to a fascinating variety of geology, natural landscapes, and historic relics. Major lakes, gently rolling drumlins and winding rivers are set against the dramatic backdrop of spectacular cliffs, rugged outcrops, hidden caves and a fabulous array of natural habitats and species. It also contains prehistoric tombs, Iron Age forts, early Christian monasteries, and Plantation Castles – all of which have good public access all year round.

The Geopark boasts over 50 stunning sites including breath-taking viewpoints, magical waterfalls, wonderful wetlands and fantastic forests; with key sites including the mystical Cavan Burren Park, Lough Navar Forest, the world famous Marble Arch Caves, and the Instagram famous Cuilcagh Boardwalk.

Marble Arch Caves

When temperatures are rising this summer, you can keep cool by visiting the Marble Arch Caves. Enjoy a unique experience by taking a subterranean boat trip. Visitors are guided through a fascinating natural underworld of rivers, waterfalls, winding passages and lofty chambers while stunningly beautiful cave formations glisten all around. Also located in the Cuilcagh Lakelands Geopark is Pollnagollum Cave in Belmore Forest. A must see for all Game of Thrones fans! The cave is fed by a waterfall and swells to a torrent during harsh weather. If you fancy catching a glimpse, you can follow the Belmore Forest walk which leads to a viewing point for the cave.

Enniskillen Castle

The island town of Enniskillen is dominated by the walls and battlements of Enniskillen Castle, built in the 1400s by Hugh Maguire, also known as “Hugh the Hospitable”. His nickname fits the ambience of the place and its easy going, welcoming people. Experience the castle’s entire 600-year history, first as the Maguire family stronghold through to Fermanagh’s important role in World War II. The two museums, Inniskillings Museum and Fermanagh Country Museum , provide history galore to discover on your visit! This is a must see for any visitor to the area this Summer.

Explore Ireland's ONLY Island Town!

In the words of one former Enniskillen resident Oscar Wilde – “I have the simplest tastes. I am always satisfied with the best. “

And the best is what you get in Enniskillen. The best of welcomes, hospitality, food and drink, experiences and much more.

Whether you want to relax and enjoy the fine dining and great shopping or get adventurous by climbing Cuilcagh ‘the Stairway to heaven’ or exploring the Marble Caves by boat, then you’ll find what you’re looking for in Enniskillen.

Accommodation ranges from 5* Hotels to friendliest of B&Bs, your hosts will have all the information to hand to make the most of your time in Enniskillen and will be delighted to share their knowledge of the Island Town with you. Find out more and explore today...

Now you've got some ideas it's time to make some Summer plans!!!

Cuilcagh Lakelands UNESCO Global Geopark
Forest Parks
Old Castle Archdale Forest

Cuilcagh Lakelands UNESCO Global Geopark is located in the rugged mountainous uplands and the gentle rolling lowlands of Counties Fermanagh and Cavan, stretching from the northern shores of Lower Lough Erne in County Fermanagh to the southern shores of Lough Oughter in County Cavan.

Corralea Activity Centre Ltd
Activity Centre
Corralea Activity Centre Ltd

Corralea offers a range of outdoor activities & self-catering cottages on the same site. All experiences are eco-friendly to safeguard the quality of the water and the peacefulness which surrounds Lough Macnean. Corralea is open all year round, although some of the activities are only available May-Sep. They cater for residents and day visitors (Couples, small adult groups & families).

Share Discovery Village
Activity Centre
Share Discovery Village

You are in for a fun time when you visit Share as we offer 30+ activities on water and land that include an action-packed Wibit Water Park, stand up paddleboarding, dinghy sailing, canoeing, archery, banana skiing, indoor and outdoor climbing wall, mountain biking, kayaking, windsurfing, orienteering and a wide range of creative arts.