Le Faou village is south of Brest and Plougastel in Brittany, near the Crozon peninsula.
Verifiable the "Small town character" label, Le Faou enjoys an idyllic location between land and sea, deep in one of the many estuaries of the Brest.
The village is part of the Community of Municipalities of Alder Maritime, which includes the municipalities of Pont-de-Buis-lès-Quimerc'h, Rosnoën Saint-Ségal and Le Faou.
Founded in the eleventh century, the city was occupied in ancient times. Sold in the eighteenth century, the manor was erected in marquisate in 1768 in favor of Lieutenant General Magon de la Gervaisais.
The town invites visitors to discover its rich heritage and great diversity. These include its beautiful corbelled houses and its church of the sixteenth century.
Natural side, the Cranou the forest covers the municipalities of Le Faou, Hanvec and Loperec. Comprising a remarkable fauna and flora, as well as rare and protected species, it is very popular and busy all year.
interpretation circuits and hiking you will discover the natural and cultural treasures of the town and its surroundings, with family, couple or friends.