Fermanagh has a trail for every interest. This is excellent cycling country with routes of varying lengths and difficulties through stunning lakeland scenery. Perhaps the most well known is the 230 mile cross-border Kingfisher Trail, named after the bird synonymous with the area.
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 Tully 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 Demesne and Lough Navar Forest.
Fermanagh is ideal for an activity break. Try your hand at a variety of adventure activities (on both land and water) at Share Discovery Village or Corralea Activity Centre.
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. You can even glide along an underground river at the Marble Arch Caves.
For further information on the area visit www.fermanaghlakelands.com