The county of Fermanagh is world famous for the vast array of scenery including beautiful waterways and historical statues.
Much of Fermanagh is covered by Lough Erne, a lake in which its Upper and Lower sections join at the settlement we today call killen.
killen, the county capital, boasts a number of tourist attractions such as Cole's Monument, the Ardowen Theatre, killen Castle and Portora Royal School, which has been attended by famous Irish writers such as Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett.
County Fermanagh is home to the world famous Belleek Pottery
Visitors that like cruising, watersports and particularly fishing will love County Fermanagh. Both Lough Erne and Lough Melvin attract fishermen from all corners of Ireland and other foreign fishermen are seen
during the summer months spending hours on the peaceful, idyllic lakes.
As with any other rural county, the farming industry is widespread in Fermanagh, but the main source of income for the county is through its tourism exploits.