County Fermanagh is located in Northern Ireland. Fermanagh is dominated by two large lakes, Upper and Lower Lough Erne, and many other smaller ones. It is no suprise that fishing is a popular attraction of this county.
Towns and Villages in County Fermanagh
Enniskillen is the county town of and largest town in County Fermanagh and is one of Northern Ireland's most tranquil towns. The town stands on an island between Upper and Lower Lough Erne. Enniskillen's dominating feature is the 15th century Enniskillen Castle.
Places to stay in Co. Fermanagh include Belleek (3), Derrylin (2), Enniskillen (10), Florencecourt (1), Irvinestown (2), Kiltyclogher (1), Lisnarick (1). Other towns include Belcoo, Bellanaleck, Kesh.
Visitor Attractions and Things to Do in County Fermanagh
Belleek Pottery was established in 1857 and holds a very special place in the cultural and commercial heritage of County Fermanagh.
Enniskillen Castle dates back to the 15th century and is home to the Inniskillings Regimental Museum.
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Map of Co. Fermanagh
Getting To and Around Co. FermanaghFermanagh is located in Northern Ireland. There are no rail services to Fermanagh, however there are buses to most of the rest of Northern Ireland, including to Derry and Belfast. The nearest air- and seaports are in Belfast. Details on getting to and around Fermanagh can be found in our Co. Fermanagh Transport Guide.
Things to Do in Co. Fermanagh
- Ardhowen Theatre 97 Dublin Road
- Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre Belleek
- Castle Coole House Enniskillen
- Devenish Island Lower Lough Erne
- Enniskillen Castle Enniskillen
- Florencecourt Forest Park Enniskillen
- Marble Arch Caves Marlbank