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Farranfore, from the Irish meaning “the cold land”, is a village approximately midway between Tralee and Killarney in County Kerry.

The village came into existence as a turnpike, a gate at the crossroads in the village, which marked the boundary of the lands of the Earls of Kenmare, where a toll was charged for horse-drawn carriages to pass.

Most notably, Farranfore is home to Kerry Airport, an ideal gateway to exploring Kerry and the south-west of Ireland.

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