Dating in enniskillen
Lisnaskea is County Fermanagh’s second town, although in this intensely rural and aquatic county, that means a population of around 2,500.The town is built around the long main street, which bends at almost 90 degrees along its course, and has a strong Plantation pedigree.Within a short drive of Enniskillen is Donegal home to miles of zigs and zags with deserted white sand beaches.Donegal is famous for being the north most point of the Wild Atlantic Way.The new voluntary co-educational school opened its doors last September and is currently run from two sites, Portora Royal School and Enniskillen Collegiate Grammar School.Currently boys and girls are based on both the Cooper Crescent and Loughshore Road sites.Public sailings depart every Saturday throughout the year and daily in July and Admire the incomparable natural beauty of Upper Lough Erne from the open air viewing deck of the Inishcruiser which departs from the Share Discovery Village, Smith’s Strand, Lisnaskea during the summer period from Easter to September a trip on a traditional cot at Crom Castle Day Boat Hire The Manor House Marine, a family run business which includes a team of highly experienced engineers who can help with all your service needs. family concern, the Aghinver Boat Company in Irvinestown, take pride in their personal service.
Year 8 students began at the Collegiate in order to balance the overall number of students on both sites.
Either island-hop your way via kayak or canoe, take a tranquil cruise, cycle waterside or trek the mountains. Think rock carvings dating from 3000BC, majestic estates and mysterious island sculptures. Come see why Fermanagh was the destination for 2013's G8 Summit.
Discover Fermanagh’s breath-taking natural landscape – and a treasure trove of great restaurants, attractions and other hidden gems.
BOAT TRIPSTake a guided tour to Devenish on the 56 seater waterbus, the MV Kestrel, which departs from the Round ‘O’ jetty, Brook Park, Enniskillen from Easter to the end of September. Visit the remains of the island’s 12th century church which includes a row of eight enigmatic carved stone figures dating back to the 6th century.
ferry to White Island departs from Castle Archdale every hour on the hour from 10.30a.m. The Lady of the Lake Luxury cruiser moored at the Inishclare jetty, Killadeas, is available for private hire.