Fahan BeeHive Huts, Dingle
(3.3/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • This site is on private property and consists of several beehive huts. There is no guide and not a lot of information at the site about the huts. They are very unique. If you have time stop. If your t...  more »
  • These huts are worth the 3 Euros it costs to get in and the place offers some insight into the lives of the early settlers of the peninsula. I wished there was more information about the dates they we...  more »
  • well preserved ancient site with spectacular views. set in a bronze age landscape, now a sheep farm. 
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  • What a ripoff!!! There is nothing much to see up the hill. Not recommended.
  • Nice place! A must-see at the Dingle peninsula.
  • Interesting to look at, and costs 1.50 euros per person essentially to walk through someone's land to the site. A nice stop on your tour around the peninsula
  • Pleased to get there
  • They have sheep, very old huts, and don't charge much to see them. What's not to like about that?