Known affectionately as the lake district of Northern Ireland, County Fermanagh is found in the south west of the country. The scenery here is nothing short of spectacular but this is equally matched with historical sites.
In County Fermanagh it’s not just boat trips above ground which are worthy of your attention. You can head to the Marble Arch Caves Global Geo Park for a subterranean boating experience. Nonetheless, it’s worth also taking to the water above ground to hop between some of the lake islands such as Devenish or Boa. There are over 150 to discover!
Enniskillen Castle makes for an imposing sight at the side of the River Erne and has played an important role in the region’s history for over 600 years.