As the only county in Northern Ireland that does not adjoin the Lough Neagh, Fermanagh stands out among neighbouring counties. Bordering County Tyrone, County Monaghan and County Cavan it is no surprise with the fertile land that agriculture is one of the two top industries. The other is tourism and there are many things that draw visitors to the area. Among the top of the to-do list for those on holiday are the many trails that are offered to the public. Virtually anything that exists in Fermanagh can be found on a trail. This gives visitors plenty of opportunities to ensure that they see everything from the castles to the waterways. Of course there is also the option to take advantage of the many other activities that are available even if that simply means taking in the unique formations of the coastline and the water that they meet.
Regardless of your level of adventure there is something in Fermanagh that is meant for you. Spend time at the coastline where you can take part in the selection of water sports that are available. Diving and swimming are two of the most common, but there is more to be shared if you are ready for the adventure. If cycling is more your thing then take a leisurely ride down the Kingfisher Trail which is the first of several trails available in the county. You can also explore the history trail and have the opportunity to view castles and towers on your journey. The Caslte Balfour and Devenish Island Round Tower is just a sample of what you will find. The garden trail leads you through areas such as the Castle Archdale Country park and the water trail allows you splendid views of all of the various waterways in Fermanagh. You are not limited to adventure. There is plenty of shopping to be had if you prefer to keep your holiday mild.
When it’s time for dinner you want to make sure you choose the right place to go. With a selection that includes places like Horseshoe Restaurant and Glendarragh Valley Inn, it is hard to know which is best. Finding a local pub for some night-time fun is much simpler. A few examples are Molly’s Bar and Restaurant and the Black Cat Cove.
You can opt to stay in a 19th century manor when you select the Manor House Country Hotel on the shores of Lower Lough Erne. That does not mean it is your only choice. With plenty of bed and breakfasts, camping and self-catering cottages you will easily find somewhere to rest your head. The Lusty Beg cottages are just one example and they look out over the marina.
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