Major : M. Patrick CUER
Refreshed by the river Rimandoule, this small village gathers about 80 inhabitants. The very heart of the village was destroyed a hundred years ago by a landslide that forced several families to leave their home place. From the ancient XIVth Century hermitage just remains an old church tower that is now standing up on the small chapel of the cemetery.
in the South of the village, the massif of Saint Maurice, with its chapel on top, reaches 900 m. at its highest point. Félines is a paradise for walkers that will marvel at the wild beauty of the mountainous landscape. One will notice, just at the entrance of the village, the old medieval stone bridge and the picturesque gorges of the Goulets. A few artisans, numerous local products to be found and a warm greeting tradition attest the dynamic quality of Félines upon Rimandoule.