Don’t fancy rowing or paddling yourself around Fermanagh’s lakelands? Hop on a cruise. The luxury Inishcruiser tours Upper Lough Erne, taking in the likes of Gad Island, where you will find Crichton Tower, a stone folly built in the mid 1800s to serve as an observatory. The cruise alights at the Tudor-style Crom Castle Boathouse, allowing you to take a tour of the estate.
Walkers should head for Cuilcagh Mountain – the highest summit in the county and a part of the UNESCO Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark. There are a vast array of terrains, including forests and castle walks, as well as a network of quality walking routes known as the Waymarked Ways, covering a total of 360km (225 miles)!
Good news cycling fans: Fermanagh is part of The National Cycle Network in Northern Ireland. Routes vary from traffic-free to more challenging long-distance routes. For a taster, try the Kingfisher Cycle Trail; a designated route of over 370km (230 miles) crossing a unique mixture of lakelands, canal sidetracks, and rolling hills.