The village of Tourc’h enjoys a central position to visit the Finistère: Tourc’h is located at equal distance from the coast (Trégunc, Concarneau, Fouesnant) to the south, from Quimper to the west, from le Faouët to the east and from the Montagnes Noires (Black Mountains) to the north.
Tourc’h is very close to Quimper (22 km) and borders the Aven which has its source in the neighbouring village of Coray, at the place called Pen-Aven (head of the Aven in Breton).
Five hikes are suggested to discover the village, all of them suitables for pedestrians, mountain bikers and horse riders.
The gothic church Saint-Cornély was built at the end of the XVth century. Its tower dates back to 1726 and was restored in 1930.
The whole church and its enclosure are registered as Historical Monuments since 1944.