County Fermanagh


The beautiful County Fermanagh is Northern Ireland’s equivalent of England’s Lake District, with a third of its area covered by water. As home to the Annals of Ulster, considered the most significant documents of old Celtic tribes, as well as many an ancient ruin, this county is one of the most important historical areas in Northern Ireland. Be swept away by the natural beauty and stories at Lough Erne, where the White Island figures are believed to have stood since the ninth century. Go exploring with a boat ride through the Marble Arch Caves, or head to the friendly market town of Enniskillen, which sits on an island surrounded by the River Erne – the perfect meeting point of rural surroundings and high street buzz.

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Places To Visit

Lough Erne & White Island Figures

Two connected lakes with ancient ruins and carvings

Marble Arch Caves

Natural limestone caves over underground rivers

Castle Coole

Late 18th-century mansion in Enniskillen


Picturesque town in the heart of the county

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