Fermanville, common tourist combining the charm of the coast and the grove, is situated on the north-east coast of the Cotentin peninsula, halfway between Cherbourg and Barfleur. The territory of the municipality extends on both sides of Cap Levi, which closes the bay to the east of Cherbourg.
The habitat is dispersed 11.6 km of coastline 15.5 km ² and 24 hamlets of houses of pink granite. Fermanville is crossed by a small "river" The coastal Poult which flows into the sea of the Channel between the handle and the Mondrée the visor.
The particularity of the municipality is to benefit from a very protected environment, where nature gives residents a quality of life greatly appreciated and sought after. This was also praised at the time by Marie Ravenel, Meunière local poet of the 19th century.
The town has a few shops and health services. Families who settle there are also necessary on-site education and entertainment for young and old alike.
Visitors stop there with pleasure for a longer or shorter period in individual accommodation. Many activities are proposed by the tourist office. The town is located near the main attractions of the Cotentin Island Tatihou, Cité de la Mer, Observatory Planetarium de la Hague, Normandy landing beaches and museums, etc..