Devenish Island is small 12th century monastic settlement just outside Enniskillen, County Fermanagh. On the island you will find a round tower, a Romanesque church, a celtic cross and a graveyard.The 30m high round tower is thought to be dated from the 12th century, while the church oratory dates back to the 6th century and was founded by St Molaise. The cross and graveyard would appear to be dated from the 15th century.The monastic island is situated on Lower Lough Erne and can be reached by ferry from Trory Point. If you drive 1.5miles out of Enniskillen on the A32 towards Ballinamallard, you will see a junction leading to the B52 to Kesh. Trory Point is down a short lane from this junction.The address of the Trory Point ferry is: Devenish, Enniskillen, BT94 1PP.
NB The Trory Point ferry is out of operation at present. You can still get to Devenish from Enniskillen using private commercial boat trips.
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