It may be famous for its waters, but Fermanagh looks great on land, too, with mansions, gardens and great pubs
The best places to paddle, kayak and canoe
The Garden of Celtic Saints is a place of prayer and reflection.
The Woodland Riverside Walk is a red waymarked circular route th
A 56 seater waterbus departs from the Round O Jetty, Brook Park. Guided tours available.
Coolbeg Farm offers a private, loughside location on its own 40 acre farm.
Full food service establishment with lunches, early bird and evening meals 7 days a week.
A moderate walk on winding forest roads and remote country lanes.
Johnny Rocko's Fermanagh's only Triple Play Entertainment Zone.
Come and join the 35th birthday celebrations and support the great work that happens at Share.
Join Dr Kirstin Lemon for an illustrated talk on the fascinating geology of the Marble Arch Caves.
Join the RSPB NI Fermanagh team for a ramble at the rugged Aghatirourke nature reserve.
Join Geopark staff to search for foraging bats in the woodland.
Come along to the trail of Finn MacCool and discover more.
This is the first time Proms in the Park will be staged in County Fermanagh.
From £230 for 2 nights
From £525 for 3 nights
From £525 per boat
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