Its name inhabitant of Béarn is Feels-Goen .
Its inhabitants is called Saint-Goinars.
HydrographyThe commune is crossed by an affluent of the Gave d' Oloron, the brook the Joos (and by the tributary of this last, the Espondics brook) and by an affluent of the Lausset, the brook Ibarle.
Localities and hamlets
ToponymyThe toponym Saint-Goin appears in the forms Feels-Goenh (1402, censier of Béarn), Sengoenh , Sangoenh and Sanct-Guoenh (respectively 1536,1538 and 1546, reformation of Béarn) and Feels-Jayme Feels-Goenh (1608, insinuations of the diocese of Oloron).
HistoryPaul Raymond note that in 1385 Geüs and Saint-Goin formed only one parish which depended on the Bailliage of Oloron and counted 29 fires.
IntercommunalityThe common one belongs to four inter-commune structures:
- the Community of communes of Josbaig
- trade union AEP of the Green
- departmental trade union of electrification
- forest mixed trade-union of the oak groves of the Basque valleys and inhabitants of Béarn
EconomyThe activity is mainly agricultural (breeding, pastures, mixed-farming).
Culture and inheritance
EquipmentThe commune has a nursery school.
Personalities related to the commune
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