The monastic ruins of Devenish Island date to the 6th century and are well worth the visit. Many people avail themselves of the private tours and ferries, but the local government (NIEA) offers a less expensive service from 1 July - mid September from Trory Point (from Enniskillen, drive towards Irvinestown for approximately two miles and you will see signs to turn left towards Devenish Island Ferry.) This ferry only costs £3 adults/£2 children (under 5 free), so it's a lot cheaper, but does not offer the additional frills such as a beverage service or audio guide. There is no charge for visiting the monastic ruins or island itself, so pick the ferry service that suits your needs accordingly.
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