The small village of Faver (673 m asl) is located on the right-hand side of the Val di Cembra, at the feet of the Monte Avvoltoio mountain.
At Faver the particular mild climate is excellently suited for the cultivation of different types of grapes which are processed to high quality distillates, like for example the Müller-Thurgau.
The village has always been separated into two districts, Cort and Vich. Both of them have their own main square and village fountain, in former times they even had their own court. Vich was under the Masters of Segonzano Castle and Cort was administered by the Masters of Königsberg.
The historical centre fascinates with its picturesque alley. Also of historic interest are the Tabarelli Fatis House on the marketplace of Vich where once justice was administered and also the parish church of St. Philip and Jacob.
Three kilometres far away from Faver, Ponciach is located, a charming hamlet amidst green meadows and dense woods.