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Lough Erne, Co Fermanagh, Northern ireland

48 Hours in Fermanagh Lakelands

Why Go to Fermanagh?

Florence CourtVisually enthralling by any standards, the Fermanagh Lakelands are a mecca for watersports, including waterskiing and canoeing, and have a hidden underworld in the Marble Arch Caves European Geopark. A visitor's paradise and home to some of Ireland's most famous natural wonders, your time here will be truly uplifting and energising.

Fermanagh's Famous Lough

Lough Erne is the jewel in Fermanagh's crown. Its three hundred square miles of fresh water dotted with 160 green wooded islands make it one of Europe's best kept secrets. The perfect location for watersports; from fishing to waterskiing and cruising to canoeing, this magnificent Lough has it all. For the all round activity enthusiast there's plenty to keep you occupied - caving, walking, cycling & horse-riding to name but a few.  Adventure lovers can have a go at a variety of land- and water-based activities at Share Discovery Village or Corralea Activity Centre.

Great Golf

For the golf fanatic among you, look no further, we have a fabulous range of golf courses for all strengths and abilities. The Lough Erne Golf Resort with itsnew Nick Faldo-designed golf course is one of the most exciting developments in Irish golf in recent years.

Get Out and About

Devenish IslandThe rugged landscape lends itself effortlessly to a vast array of activities; Fermanagh, home to the Kingfisher Cycle Trail is the ideal venue for mountain biking while the opportunity to marvel at the panoramic views as you climb to the top of the Magho Cliffs and enjoy breathtaking views across Lower Lough Erne is one not to be missed.

Relax, Relax, Relax

For a more relaxing holiday or short break why not avail of some of our special offers. From yoga and spa breaks to cookery schools (, Fermanagh holds the perfect combination to an unforgettable holiday experience.

Accommodation and Eateries

Outdoor RefreshmentsFrom luxurious hotel resorts to welcoming guesthouses or fabulous lake shore really will be spoilt for choice! For self-catering with a difference, why not live like a king at the West Wing at Crom Castle, it exudes all the charm of a personal residence, whilst offering the most modern facilities.

You might also like to treat yourself to one of the county's spas or health clubs. With a number of soothing treatments on offer, it really is the perfect way to start or end the day! And if cosiness and comfort, rather than luxury and grandeur is more your thing, why not check into a relaxing rural B&B?

And while you're here don't forget to indulge in some wonderful eating establishments. Boasting some fine restaurants, offering local artisan produce, Fermanagh has much to offer both locals and visitors - the only difficulty will be deciding where to go! Contemporary bistros offering fine food and a lively atmosphere are a perfect way to spend that weekend away with friends or a loved one.

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