Le Tour 2021

Tour de France 2016

If the whirr of wheels, the click of the gears and the cheer of the crowds makes your pulse quicken, why not chase that yellow jersey in the Tour de France and enjoy some summer sunshine! 

The 2021 Tour de France takes place from 26th June to 18th July.

Starting in the north west of France, amongst the sandy bays of beautiful Brittany, the 108th Tour de France will be made up of 21 stages and will cover over 3,000 kilometres. What's more, many of our parcs are situated close to the route so you can follow the race and plan your own ‘Tour de France’.

Or why not head to Paris on the final day and join the crowds on the Champs-Élysées, and cheer the riders on their triumphant ride into the city.

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Stages 1 and 2 - North and West Brittany

The start of the 2021 Tour - the Grand Départ - takes place in the maritime city of Brest on the 26th June.

The first stage is a 187km ride, wending it's way through hilly countryside going from Locronan and Quimper and finishing at the top of steep 3 km hill - it's sure to be an exciting finish.

Stage 2, from Perros-Guirrec to Mûr-de-Bregagne Guerlédan on the 27th June, is a 182km hilly ride taking in the wild and unique beauty of the Côte de Granit rose.

Nearest parcs: Les Mouettes, La Pointe St-Gilles, L'Atlantique.

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Stages 3 and 4 - South and East Brittany

Day three will begin in the south of Brittany in the harbour town of Lorient, taking in 182km over the flat before reaching today's final destination, Pontivy.

Nearest parcs: Le Mané Guernehué, La Baie, La Plage, Des Menhirs, La Grande Métairie.

Day four takes the tour near to the edges of eastern Brittany; starting in the town of Redon, after 152km on the flat, Stage 4 finishes in the town of Fougères.

Nearest parcs:Château de Galinée, Domaine des Ormes

For full details of the route see www.letour.fr/en.


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