Erne Water Taxi

Enniskillen

Fermanagh

N.Ireland

 

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Tel: 0044 (0) 77 1977 0588

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Devenish Island Tours

The Pilgrim Pass

An inspirational experience...enjoy part of the pilgrims' journey starting at Enniskillen Castle and voyaging by boat to Devenish Island.

The Pilgrim Pass allows you to explore our 15th century Maguire stronghold on a self-guided tour of the Castle, built 600 years ago by Gaelic Maguires. Your visit will reveal its rich history, heritage and pilgrim connections before you voyage to Devenish Island, founded in the 6th century by St Molaise.

Like any pilgrimage, hospitality is important. Included in your pass are some light refreshments. Tea or Coffee and a scone (alternatives available for children)

Our water taxi, departing from Enniskillen Castle jetty, accommodates up to 8 passengers giving you a very special experience.

This service runs 4 times daily from 1 August until 30 September 2019.

Boat to Devenish departs daily 11am, 1pm, 3pm and 5pm.
 

Ticket valid for visit to Enniskillen Castle plus complimentary refreshments and can be redeemed on the day of your boat trip or the day before or after, if you prefer.
Pre-booking is essential.

Terms & Coditions and More Information available Here: www.tinyurl.com/pilgrimpass

Devenish Island

 

Visit Devenish Island one of Ireland’s most Famous Monasteries by boat.  The monastic settlement was founded by St Laisre usually know as St Molaise in the 6th Century.  Walk through the old monastery, two churches, an oratory and one of the finest round towers in Ireland.  It was home to craftsmen and women, monks and scholars, doctors and nurses, teachers and scribes, historians and poets and it flourished for nearly a thousand years *.  Learn more in the Islands Interpretation Center. 

* J.Cunningham - Devenish Island Monastery – 1,500 years of Fermanagh History