It’s situated 70 miles (113 kilometers) away from Belfast and about 35 miles (56 kilometers) from Sligo, Ireland.
Wander around the many historic castles around Fermanagh. Enniskillen Castle and Castle Coole are a good place to start. If your kids can’t get enough of exploring stone castles you may also like the Castle Caldwell and the Tully Castle.
In the vicinity of Fermanagh, there are many beautiful biological parks that are well worth exploring. Two of the better known of these around the area are Devenish Island and Castle Archdale Country Park. Also check out Cuilcagh Mountain and Devenish Island, if you are keen to explore more of Fermanagh’s wide array of ecological settings.
If you are looking for somewhere to chill out, do a spot of fishing or enjoy sunlight on the rippling water, the local lake called Lough Erne is a great place to visit. Glistening with its own unique beauty this gorgeous destination is worth making the time to visit.
The Belleek Pottery is an inspirational oasis for discerning travellers in Fermanagh. Take a self-guided tour, browse the various exhibits, then ask for tips from the locals to locate some of the more niche museums in town.
Buttermarket is the perfect place to visit if you have a passion for shopping and people watching. This is a bustling attraction filled with interesting fashion, quirky accessories and grocery shops.
If you’ve still got time to spare after checking out all the star attractions in Fermanagh, make sure you head over to the Marble Arch Caves, the Florence Court and the Crichtons Tower.