Faget is located in southwestern Romania, in the contact area of the Lugoj hills with Lugoj Plain, on the river Bega, in the east of the Timis County ,at a distance of 98 km from Timisoara and 33 km from Lugoj, on the national road DN 68A. Same road connects Faget with Deva,which is at a distance of 68 km. The town is crossed by the railway Lugoj - Faget - Ilia.
- Surduc Lake (Lacul Surduc). Dam construction began in 1972.Lake main purpose is to provide drinking water to Timisoara area and defending against floods.With an area of 460 hectares,Surduc is the largest lake in Timis county. Fishing is permitted throughout the lake area and at any time except prohibition. Existing fish are carp, crucian carp, pike, bream.
- Românești Cave (Pestera Românești). Românești cave is the second largest in Timiș county,it is located southeast of the Românești village, the left side of the Fărăşeşti Valley, Poiana Ruscă Mountains. Part of the medium category caves, with a total development of 1,450 m,it is arranged horizontally on 3 levels. The main entrance is oriented N-NW, is 9.5 m wide and 2 m high,which allows diffuse light to about 70 m.In the Bats Hall you can find a permanent colony of bats. Upper and middle floor is of fossil nature. Floor below, subfosil nature, is accessible only to speleologists with equipment.The cave is famous for its great acoustics. Since 1984, Speotimiş Speleological Association organizes the traditional annual concert that takes place in October.
- Spring of Miron Monastery (Mănăstirea Izvorul lui Miron). It is situated at the foothills of Poiana Rusca Mountains, 1 km from the road leading from Românești to Tomeşti. Also called "Hot Pond", because inside is a thermal water spring, with a constant temperature of 18 ° C.