Fahan BeeHive Huts, Dingle
(3.4/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Incredible to visit. The ancient architecture is so very interesting. A it if a climb up a hill to reach them after paying a 5 E entrance fee but the view of the sea is very interesting. A really grea...  more »
  • The history of the beehive huts is interesting and these particular ones are well worth the 3 euros to access them. A bit of a climb but you then have the added bonus of super views. 
  • We came across this place by accident, on a tour of the peninsula, and my love of prehistory compelled the party to stop. A very worthwhile stop it was! These huts belie the notion that our ancestors ...  more »
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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?