The town occupies a unique location at the centre of County Fermanagh in Northern Ireland and is separated into two areas by Lough Erne, giving the town a unique character and making it a great choice for a short break with a difference. Alongside cultural attractions, shoppers will also be spoilt for choice with a wide selection of multi-national and independent shops to choose from. After dark, Enniskillen's vibrant nightlife also offers plenty of restaurants and options for evening entertainment.
A variety of attractions give visitors the opportunity to explore the culture of Enniskillen, including a castle that dates back to the 15th century, the Higher Bridges Art Gallery, St. Macartan's Cathedral, one of the oldest pubs in Ireland and Lough Erne, with islands containing Neolithic burial grounds. There is also plenty to see just outside of the town, including Lough Navar Forest Park, offering spectacular panoramic views of the Irish countryside, and the Marble Arch Caves with numerous caverns, glittering mineral veins and underground waterfalls to explore.