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Eybens is a commune in the Isère department, situated in southeastern France. The designation of commune is the lowest level of administrative division in the French Republic. French communes are roughly equivalent to incorporated municipalities or villages in the United States. A French commune may be a city of two million inhabitants like Paris, a town of ten thousand people, or just a ten-person hamlet. Eybens is a small, residential hamlet located within Rhône-Alpes mountain region.
Eybens is part of the Isère department. This economic district houses the headquarters of major ski companies such as Poma, a manufacturer of ski-lifts and Rossignol, a manufacturer skis and related equipment. Eybens as well as other towns in Isère have many options for shared offices. Other companies in this district include STMicroelectronics France, Schneider Electric SA, Caterpillar France SAS, Hewlett Packard, Becton Dickinson France SAS, Soitec, Siemens, and Teisseire.
Entertainment And Dining Out
In the district of Isère there are many ski resorts, including the Alpe d’Huez, Les Deux Alpes, and the resorts of Chamrousse, Villard de Lans, and Autrans. Other popular resorts include Les 7 Laux, Le Collet d’Allevard, Méaudre, Saint Pierre de Chartreuse, Alpe du Grand Serre, and Gresse en Vercors. Even during the off-season, these resorts have wonderful views and are a great base for sightseeing in the region. Grenoble, a neighbor to Eybens, offers more than a dozen museums, including the Museum of Grenoble. Many of the restaurants in the area of Eybens make good use of the cheeses produced in the department of Isère, which are Bleu du Vercours-Sassenage and Saint-Marcellin.
The area is served by the Grenoble Isère International Airport. The E712 which connects Geneva with Marseille runs through Eybens providing excellent road options. Échirolles Gare is the nearest train station to the area and provides access to surrounding areas such as Grenoble and Meylan.