An important livestock center until the 1930s, this village near the junction of the Castlemaine and Tralee roads has a wide road, as cattle trading was once carried out in the streets. The town also has many pubs. It is a popular base for walkers tackling the Dingle Way (179 km [111miles]) or the shorter (57-km [35-mile]), three-day Kerry Camino (www.kerrycamino.com).
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