Welcome to lough-erne.com, the complete guide to Lough Erne
in Northern Ireland. In time, we will include bars/restaurants, waterside
activities, boat hire, heritage sites, history and other interesting
Lough Erne is one of
the most spectacular tourist destinations in Europe and offers
unspoilt cruising waters with large areas of lake and river and few
boats. Unlike parts of mainland Europe, there is no commercial traffic
to avoid - just you, your boat and nature.
Lough Erne is a nature-lovers paradise with abundant wildlife.
Lough Erne is an anglers paradise with excellent coarse fishing and
some game fishing - and as you will be on a cruiser, you go where the
fish take you.
Lough Erne is an historian's paradise
with heritage featuring strongly in our holidays. There are
excellent ruins going back to the 6th Century and the picture (left)
shows the amazing 12th Century settlement on Devenish Island - but
again, as you are on your cruiser, access is free and easy.
Lough Erne can be a waterskier's paradise (unfortunately you have to
provide the skiboat) as there are numerous bays and inlets where you
will find shelter and calm conditions. There are slipways all over the lake so that you can launch and recover your boat.
Lough Erne is a gourmet's delight with many pubs and restaurants
along the route. Sample the formal dining at Manor House on Lower
Lough Erne or head for Enniskillen and call into Franco's for a
casual, but excellent, meal.
Lough Erne has peace and tranquility. Head for Upper Lough Erne and
moor up on Naan Island in the middle of nowhere. You could be the
only boat here and it is so quiet and so dark, it is quite eerie.
Lough Erne is the place for the perfect holiday and it is easy to
get to from both Belfast and Dublin Airports or from Ferry
Come to Lough Erne for your holidays.
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