Trory Jetty to Devenish Island
Route: Enniskillen to Derry~Londonderry
One of no fewer than 154 islands on the River Erne, Devenish Island's monastic site was established by St Molaise back in the 6th century. The island is only accessible by boat but you almost feel you can reach out and touch it from tiny Trory Jetty, it’s so close. Raided by Vikings, the monastery burned and flourished over time and what remains is well worth a visit – the old monastery, two churches, an oratory, and the iconic round tower. Marvel at untouched landscapes, beautiful wildlife and learn the island’s rich folklore, with an amazing view wherever you sit.
Practical information: Sailing June to November. Journey takes two minutes.