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Local Attractions around Tyrone and Fermanagh Lakelands, Northern Ireland

Dazzling lakes and waterways make Fermanagh a popular destination for angling and water sports. The county is well known for its scenic drives and walks due to its striking beauty. The Shore road from Enniskillen towards Donegal offers a pleasant scenic drive. For an even more spectacular route, don’t miss the Lough Navar Scenic Drive. Winding up into the cliffs above Lough Erne, you’ll come to the perfect picnic spot, with panoramic views over the green countryside and blue lakes with Donegal and the sea in the distance. Soak in the stunning landscapes of Fermanagh onboard a Lough Erne leisure cruise. Take a trip over to Devenish Island and see the perfectly preserved Monastic Round Tower, dating back to the 12th century. Fermanagh is also a fisherman’s paradise. Get kitted out in the angling shops in town, and indulge in many hours of pure pleasure. That will get the dinner sorted, too… Finish the day around the stove or campfire, enjoying the sights, tastes, and sounds of this lovely county.

Victorian Castle built in 1820 on the shores of Upper Lough Erne in County Fermanagh.

Take a ferry to Devenish Island and visit the ruins of a monastic site which dates back to the 6th century.

Enniskillen Castle was built in the 16th century and is now home to the Fermanagh County Museum.

A seven mile drive through Lough Navar forest will take you to a scenic viewpoint at the top of the Magho cliffs with panoramic views over Lower Lough Erne.

Visit one of Europe's finest showcaves. Explore the beautifully lit chambers and ancient stalactites along a guided tour through fascinating passages, waterfalls and underground rivers.

Early 17th century castle ruins situated just a short drive from Enniskillen. The Castle is always open and FREE to explore.

A historic country estate surrounded by woodlands and wildlife on the edge of the Clogher Valley and Fermanagh's Lakelands.

An 18th century neo-classical mansion nestled within a 1200 acre woodland. Now managed by the National Trust you can explore the House and Gardens.