Boho is a truly unique spot. There’s a quiet pride amongst the people in Boho, for we are the modern day inhabitants of a land with a legacy and history unique in this part of the world.
There are many fables and stories originating in the Boho area which tell of faeries, banshees, swallow holes (potholes) and ancient stones.
Historically and anecdotally, “there are ancient secrets in the Boho soil.”
Boho contains a large amount of historically significant sites stretching from the 4000 year old Neolithic Reyfad Stone Carvings, through the Bronze Age/Iron Age (Aghnaglack Tomb) and medieval (the High Crosses.)
Widely visited by historians, cavers, potholers and educational groups from far and wide, Boho is a popular spot for those who wish to study the local environment. Boho is after all the home of the geological marvel that is the Boho caves.
The Boho Cave System is an extensive maze cave which has been designated as an Area of Special Scientific Interest. It also serves as the sole example of a joint-controlled cave system in Northern Ireland.
In more recent times, Boho has become famous for being a well known Game of Thrones filming location. Specifically, Pollnagollum Cave and the Boho Waterfall (which are situated in the nearby Belmore Forest.) This stunning location featured in season three of the popular HBO television series.
Visitors to the Boho area can follow the Belmore Forest – Pollnagolllum Cave Walk which leads to a viewing point for the cave.
Visitors from around the world travel to Boho and many call into the Linnet Inn for a pint of Guinness and a history lesson with the locals about this magical little spot in Fermanagh. Come and say hello!