Tour de France


Tour de France

On your marks, get set...

5th: Leeds-Harrogate. 6th: York-Sheffield. 7th:Cambridge-London.

8th July: Le Touquet (Paris Plage) to Lille
Picardy is the start of the French leg of the race and is an ideal place to begin your own adventure.
Nearby pacs: PC011, PC012, PC017PC018

9th July: Ypres (Belgium) to Arenberg Porte du Hainaut

10th July: Arras to Reims 
Nearby parcs: PA011PA012PA017

11th July: Epernay to Nancy  
Nearby parcs: PA011PA012PA017LU011


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'The Pearl of the Vosges'

12th July: Tomblaine to Gérardmer
An hour and a half outside of Rougemont, Gérardmer La Mauselaine is known as ‘the pearl of the Vosges’ – a stunning place nestled between a beautiful lake and mountain forests. 
Nearby parcs: GE013, JU013

13th July: Gérardmer to Mulhouse 
Nearby parcs: JU013

14th July: Mulhouse to La Planche des Belles Filles  
Nearby parcs: JU013

15th July: Rest Day  
(The race moves from La Planche des Belles Filles to Besançon)

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Second to none

16th July: Besançon to Oyonnax 
Oyonnax is new to the Tour de France for 2014 and it will be a welcome sight after this 186 km stage. Lying in the valleys of the Jura mountains, it is certainly a treat for the eyes, maybe not for the cyclists thighs though.
Nearby parcs: JU011, JU012, JU013, BU011

17th July: Bourg-en-Bresse to Saint Étienne 
Nearby parcs: BU011

18th July: Saint Étienne to Chamrousse  
Nearby parcs: AL016

19th July: Grenoble to Risoul  
Nearby parcs: AL016

20th July: Tallard to Nîmes  
Nearby parcs: RV029WM032HP011


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Queen of the Pyrenees

22nd July: Carcassonne to Bagnères-de-Luchon
Bagnères-de-Luchon is said to deserve the nickname ‘Queen of the Pyrénées’. It is a gruelling stage of the tour but a very scenic one!
Nearby parcs: PY011, WM020, WM021, WM022, WM023, WM029, WM075, WM080, WM011, WM013, WM014, WM015, WM016, WM017, WM018, WM019, WM034, WM064, WM072

23rd July: Saint-Gaudens to Saint-Lary-Soulan (Pla d’Adet) 
Nearby parcs: PY011

24th July: Pau to Hautacam  
Nearby parcs: PY011GA013GA014GA015GA022GA023GA033

25th July: Maubourguet Val d’Adour to Bergerac  
Nearby parcs: DR011DR012DR013DR015DR016DR017DR018DR019DR046

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And the winner is...

26th July: Bergerac to Périgueux (individual time trial)    

Nearby parcs: DR011DR012DR013DR015DR016DR017DR018DR019DR046

empty27th July: Évry to Paris, Champs Élysées 
Be there on the finish line to celbrate in style in France's capital city. 
Nearby parcs: PA011, PA012, PA017

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