Fermanagh's Lough Erne is home to many little islands, each as striking as the last.
Explore White Island, famous for its curious stone figures that are believed to be almost 2,000 years old. Located in the remains of a twelfth-century church, these six strange figurines apparently represent pilgrims.
Equally haunting are Boa Island’s Janus figures (400-800AD). Carved by the Celts, these mysterious figures with blank stares and huge heads rise out of the grassland. It’s no surprise that this place is known for making the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end – look closely and you’ll see the statue has two faces, one male and one female.
Then there's Devenish island, a sixth-century monastic island. Raided by Vikings, burned...this island rose from the ashes, and has flourished as a parish church site and St Mary’s Augustine Priory since the Middle Ages.