Fermanagh Gold Introduction
 
ABOUT FERMANAGH

WHERE IS FERMANAGH?
Nestling in the south west corner of N Ireland, Fermanagh with adjoining counties of Cavan, Monaghan, Donegal and Tyrone.

Click HERE to view a map of County Fermanagh. There are more maps about Fermanagh HERE

FIRST IMPRESSIONS
County Fermanagh is dominated by its lakes. The two main lakes are Lower Lough Erne to the north of the county and Upper Lough Erne to the south. The county is the only one of the 6 in Northern Ireland not to touch Lough Neagh, in the centre of the province, which is the largest lake in the whole of the British Isles.

Lake View Photograph © John B Cunningham

Fermanagh is a natural draw for tourists. Water sports and fishing probably predominate but the county is also attractive to holidaymakers seeking relaxing moments as well as those seeking to uncover their heritage and history.

There is plenty to see and do for everyone: visit a castle, explore the many islands in the Loughs, visit the world famous Belleek Pottery, soak up the heritage in its many forms, maybe take a walk in the woods or climb the hills.

Read more about Fermanagh and all it has to offer by visiting the Official Northern Ireland Tourist Board site - click HERE

Explore the waterways of Fermanagh on the IWAI Shannon Erne Waterways site HERE  Visit Enniskillen and the Loughs by boat and gain a different perspective of the county.

Further links, mainly of interest to visitors searching their family history roots in the county, can be viewed HERE.

YOU ARE WELCOME TO RETURN AT ANY TIME
Enjoy the site and come back to see us as often as you like, you will be very welcome.

 

Memories of a Lough Erne Fisherman

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