Attractions

Top Choice Historic Site in Lower Lough Erne

Devenish Island

Devenish Island, from Daimh Inis, meaning Ox Island, is the biggest of several 'holy islands' in Lough Erne. The remains of an Augustinian monastery, founded here in the 6th century by St Molaise, include a superb 1…
Top Choice Historic Building in West of Lough Erne

Florence Court

Set in lovely wooded grounds in the shadow of Cuilcagh Mountain, Florence Court is famous for its rococo plasterwork and antique Irish furniture, viewable on a guided tour, which also takes in the servant's quarters…
Top Choice Historic Building in Enniskillen

Castle Coole

This National Trust–owned neoclassical palace sits in 600 hectares of beautiful parkland containing a lake that's home to the UK's only nonmigratory colony of greylag geese. The house's double cantilever staircase, …
Top Choice Island in Castle Archdale

White Island

White Island is the most haunting of Lough Erne's monastic sites. At the eastern tip of the island are the ruins of a small 12th-century church with a beautiful Romanesque door on its southern side. Inside are eight…
Top Choice Museum in Enniskillen

Enniskillen Castle Museums

Enniskillen Castle, a former stronghold of the 16th-century Maguire chieftains, guards the western end of the town's central island, its twin-turreted Watergate looming over passing fleets of cabin cruisers. Within …
Top Choice Arts Centre in Belleek

Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre

The imposing Georgian-style building beside Belleek's main bridge houses the world-famous Belleek Pottery, founded in 1857. It has been producing fine Parian china ever since, and is especially noted for its delicat…
Cave in West of Lough Erne

Marble Arch Caves

To the south of Lower Lough Erne lies a limestone plateau, where Fermanagh's abundant rainwater has carved out a network of subterranean caverns. The largest of these are the star attraction of the Marble Arch Caves…
Park in Lower Lough Erne

Lough Navar Forest Park

This forest park lies at the western end of Lower Lough Erne, where the Cliffs of Magho – a 250m-high and 9km-long limestone escarpment – rise above a fringe of bog, heath and native woodland on the southern shore. …
Mountain in West of Lough Erne

Cuilcagh Mountain Park

Part of the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark, Cuilcagh Mountain Park was established to restore and preserve the blanket bog – one of Ireland’s biggest – on the slopes of Cuilcagh Mountain (666m). The visitor centre…
Cemetery in Boa Island

Caldragh Graveyard

Spooky, moss-grown Caldragh Graveyard contains the intriguing Dreenan Figure. It's often called a Janus figure, but it's actually two separate figures placed back to back. It's thought to date from the early Christi…