Staycation Co Fermanagh- Magic awaits

The Boa Island carved stones, graveyard, and enclosure are Scheduled Historic Monuments sited in the townland of Dreenan, in Fermanagh District Council area.

Top things to do in County Fermanagh

Fermanagh is Northern Ireland’s lake district: beloved for its stunning scenery, historical landmarks and diverse experiences.

Explore our Subterranean World

Discover magical moments in one of Europe’s finest show caves. Set in the heart of the Marble Arch Caves UNESCO Global Geopark, the Marble Arch Caves pay homage to the fascinating secrets of a world of subterranean rivers, winding passages, lofty chambers and an array of delicate cave formations.

See Florence Court

Tour the mansion or explore the walled garden and pleasure grounds, and make sure you don’t miss the famous Florence Court yew tree.

Live like a president at Lough Erne

Stay in Lough Erne Resort’s lakeside lodges where G8 world leaders once laid their heads. It’s best to sleep with the curtains open and witness the morning light trickling across the lough.

Go island hopping

Hire a cruiser for some island-hopping on the Lakelands and you will never regret it. Devenish Island, White Island, Boa Island and Inish Corkish, home to Fermanagh’s Black Bacon, and another 150 islands can be all your own for a few hours or even overnight alone with nature.

Explore Enniskillen Castle

Set on the edge of the River Erne, Enniskillen Castle dominates its home town. The visitor experience brings to life the castle’s entire 600-year history. There are two museums to explore, the Inniskillings Museum and Enniskillen Castle Museums.

Sleep beneath the stars

The roof of a Finn Lough bubble dome is a 360-degree window to the night sky. Dazzling in the summer and so cosy in the longer autumnal nights, this is a magical stargazing experience.

Take the Belleek Pottery tea test

It’s a well-known fact: tea tastes better when it’s served in Belleek cups. Take the 30-minute tour of the historic factory and witness the ongoing production of the delicate pottery. Follow that with some excellent Belleek shopping and then it will be time for the tea shop to see if your tea tastes better for yourself.

Fish on Lough Erne

With such a vast expanse of water so perfectly suited to fishing, every day on Lough Erne can be a different adventure. You never know what you might hook next but with trout and salmon among the top targets, and superb coarse fishing in some of the best boat and bank fishing grounds in Europe, all types of angler can succeed here.