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Fermanagh Lakelands Northern Ireland

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As part of the 2012 Napoleon Hill Foundation Certification trip we will be visiting The Fermanagh Lakeland. They are a stunning jewel in Northern Ireland’s crown.  From underground caves to skyscraping mountains, the county’s breathtaking scenery envelops you with every step.

Offering a range of attractions and activities there is so much to offer the visitor.  Take time to visit the world famous Belleek Pottery, the County Museum or one of our stately homes.  Try your hand at canoeing the magical waters of Lough Erne as you watch the swans go by or climb to the top of the Maghoo cliffs to see one of the most magnificent view points in Ireland.

The historic Enniskillen should be on your list of must see destinations.  As one of the most celebrated craft and cultural centres in Ireland, the vibrant streets of this island town will capture you straight away.  Take time to discover The Buttermarket Craft & Design Centre which houses sixteen art and craft stores.  Enniskillen is alive with a great variety of cafes, bars, restaurants and bistros and home to Blake’s of the Hollow, one of the most famous traditional pubs in Ireland; the town proudly welcomes visitors and locals alike.

Fermanagh is home to the Aughakillymaude Mummers – Mumming is Ireland’s oldest surviving theatrical tradition involving straw masked performers enacting some of Irelands legends.

Fermanagh’s adventures are not all above ground, there’s a whole subterranean world to explore!  The Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark boast one of the finest show caves, allowing visitors to discover a fascinating world of rivers, waterfalls, winding passages and lofty chambers.