Your 5 day cruising itinerary (Fermanagh Lakelands)
- No Experience Required!
- Erne System Navigation
- 84km from Belleek to Belturbet with 1 lock
- Approx 3 days cruising without additional activities
Hire a boat from Belturbet and head for Upper Lough Erne.
Visit the Crom Estate National Trust, one of the most important nature conservation sites in the UK. The beautiful lakeside demesne is home to ancient woodland, freshwater habitats, rare butterflies and the largest heronry in Ireland.
For some exciting outdoor adventure have a go canoeng at the Share Holiday Village.
Moor your boat at Belle Isle, situated on the northern tip of Upper Lough Erne, Belle Isle is a 470-acre estate spread over eight picturesque islands.
Take a cookery course at the award winning Belle Isle School of Cookery.
Moor up at the 4* Killyhevlin Hotel and go for a luxury spa treatment in the Elemis Spa and enjoy an evening meal in the Silks restaurant.
Spend a day in the beautiful island town of Enniskillen.
Visit the Buttermarket Craft & Design Centre, Enniskillen Castle Museums, and go for lunch in one of the fabulous restaurant & cafes along the quaint Main Street.
Visit Devenish Island on Lower Lough Erne. Founded in the 6th Century by St Molaise, today visitors can view extensive ruins including a 12th Century Round Tower, Augustinian Abbey, St Molaise’s House and a graveyard with an unusual mid 15th Century carved cross.
Go for a walk around the grounds of Tully Castle. Explore the beautiful gardens, the surrounding woodland and the ruins of the Castle itself.
Moor up at Lusty Beg Island and take part in some off-road driving at the activity centre or just take a leisurely walk around the 75 acre island before indulging in a spot of lunch.
Stop off at Castle Caldwell and meander through the beautiful forest walks and take in the scenery of the surrounding Fermanagh Countryside
Cruise on down to the quaint village of Belleek and visit the world famous Belleek Pottery. Take a guided tour and see first hand the making & painting. Talk to the crafts people, visit the museum, tearooms and take home a gift from the extensive showroom.