Fermanagh with Lough Erne on its shores makes it a very popular spot with fishermen, and canal users and the area is mainly agricultural based. Lough Erne is made up of the Lower and Upper Lough Erne with the Upper Lough being just a number of small rivers travelling between land and peninsulas, it is the Lower Lough Erne that is the largest section of the Lough, on which Enniskillen is located just between the two Loughs.
While visiting Enniskillen take a trip to Enniskillen Castle on the banks of the River Erne with its distinctive two turrets of the Watergate, the outside of the castle, and the 15 century Castle Keep, Enniskillen Castle now houses Enniskillen Castle Museum. Devenish Island on Lough Erne attracts a lot of visitors to see the Romanesque church and a 12th century round tower, crosses and the Priory Church. Castle Coole also in Enniskillen is a magnificent neo-classical house set on 700 acres of parkland. Florence Court House, Florencecourt, Enniskillen is a Palladian style house built in the early 18th century, the area has wonderful landscape views. Enjoy the farmers market in Enniskillen each Saturday.