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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. Activities & Attractions
    In Fermanagh you can almost literally reach for the stars of heaven and descend into the very depths in just one afternoon. And that’s all without getting wet! If you’re also prepared for a splash, then the world really is your oyster in the heart of the lakelands.
  2. Food & Drink
    Fermanagh people are justifiably proud of their food and drink. There’s a long and distinguished tradition and community of growers, bakers and makers here. It makes for an incredible variety of places to eat and drink, for total food obsessives to casual diners and all types in between.
  3. Accommodation
    Indoors or out? The choice of where to stay in County Fermanagh really is yours. With so many fantastic accommodation styles to choose from, no matter where you ultimately choose to rest your head, you’ll discover that a trip to Fermanagh really is something very special and memorable indeed.
  4. What's On
    Fermanagh is a place of water - and wonder. With so much water everywhere you go, you can expect to get wet at some of the many events going on in and around the county.
  5. Cuilcagh Boardwalk

    From clifftop views to bridal veils and castle walls, there’s heaps here for everyone to get stuck into in County Fermanagh and draw inspiration from – these are just a few of our favourites. 

    24 Jun 2020
  6. Marble Arch Caves

    If it’s a short break you’re looking for, you couldn’t pick a better place than County Fermanagh, especially if you’re a fan of water and all things that happen on and in it. What’s more it’s just 90 minutes from Belfast and two hours from Dublin by road, so it’s a very doable place while feeling very much away from it all. A weekend is all it takes to get the measure and the flavour of the place. 

    24 Jun 2020
  7. Lower Lough Erne

    You’ll find County Fermanagh in the south-west corner of Northern Ireland, south of County Tyrone and west of County Armagh. The county is wrapped around Upper and Lower Lough Erne, with Enniskillen, its largest town, set right in the centre. 

    24 Jun 2020
  8. Lough Erne Resort is Northern Ireland's five-star countryside retreat. Dine by the lakes, walk in nature, play championship golf, pamper yourself in The Thai Spa or discover the beautiful Fermanagh attractions.
  9. Famous for its perfect 12th-century round tower and ruined Augustinian abbey, Devenish Monastic Site was founded in the 6th century by Saint Molaise on one of Lough Erne’s many islands.
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  10. The only way to really see the Fermanagh Lakelands is from the water, and if your boat is skippered by Barry Flanagan, you'll see and hear so much more – from tales of island life, to the distinctive call of a moorhen.
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