Trail blaze in Fermanagh ... every route leads to a great time.
Fermanagh has a trail for every interest. Two-wheelers spin down the quiet byways of the Kingfisher Cycle Trail past Loughs Melvin and Macnean - glad they’re not riding the boneshakers at Brookeborough's Vintage Cycle Museum!
Follow a history trail stretching thousands of years. First stop, the prehistoric idols at Lough Erne's Boa and White Islands. Then on to Devenish Island round tower. Enniskillen Castle, once the stronghold of the Maguire chieftains, is now a museum complex. See more castles at Monea, Castle Balfour and Tilly Castle.
Fermanagh's garden trail also covers historic ground. The finest belong to stately homes, Florencecourt and Castle Coole. Gifted with natural assets, Fermanagh has many nature routes: Castle Archdale Country Park, Castle Caldwell Forest, Crom Estate and Lough Navar Forest.
A county defined by water offers numerous liquid trails. Island-hop via waterbus. Hire a boat and fish along the way. See how far you get cruising down the 500-mile Shannon-Erne Waterway. Take ExploreErne's virtual tour charting the river's course over millennia. Even travel underground through Marble Arch caves.
If relaxation is your only agenda…trail your hand in the water as you drift lazily in a boat.
For further information on the area visit www.fermanaghlakelands.com