Where You Need to Be for This Year’s Tour de France 2022

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Where You Need to Be for This Year’s Tour de France 2022

Blog: Where You Need to Be for This Year’s Tour de France 2022


The 2022 Tour de France will be the 109th edition of the race, taking place between the 1st to the 24th of July. The grand depart will start off in Copenhagen, Demark and just over 3 weeks later it will finish in Paris, France. The famous annual men’s only bicycle race is made up of 21 stages, each a day long, which consists of different types of terrains:


  • 6 flat stages
  • 7 hilly stages
  • 6 mountain stages with 5 summit finishes (La super Planche des Belles Filles, Col du Granon, Alpe d’Huez, Peyragudes, Hautacam)
  • 2 individual time trial stages
  • 2 rest days
  • 1 transfer day


This impressive race will cover four countries: Denmark, Belgium, Switzerland and of course France. This year has welcomed new stages and different regions that have never been covered. New locations that will be covered this year are as followed: Copehagen (Start and finish of stage 1), Roskilde (start of stage 2), Nyborg (finish of stage 2), Vejle (start of stage 3), Sønderborg (finish of stage 3), Aigle (start of stage 9), Castelnau-Magnoac (start of stage 19), Lacapelle-Marival (start of stage 20), Rocamadour (finish of stage 20). This year is not one to miss!


 Where You Need to Be for This Year’s Tour de France 2022

Map of the Tour de France 2022


The Vosges, Alpa, massif Central and Pyrenees are the four Massifs that will feature in this year’s Tour de France, appearing in tour as listed. The journey is 3,328km long which is nearly 2,070 miles. A total of 2.3 million euros will be awarded to the teams and individual riders who achieve the best scores. The final winner will also receive an impressive cash prize of €500,000 for the overall individual classification.


Finding accommodation near The Tour de France route:


Stage 9: Check out our range of accommodation in Chatel, Portes du Soleil by clicking here.


Rest day: Both the rest day and stage 10 of this race are held in Morzine, France. Perfectly located in the heart of the Portes du Soleil area. Follow the link to view our full range of places to stay.


Stage 10: Morzine to Megeve- a classic Tour de France route that’s been seen many times before. Tap here for more information on accommodation.


Stage 11: ChaletFinder offer holiday rentals close to the mountain pass in the Alps of Col du Granon. Serre Chevalier, part of the Hautes-Alpes area too is situated not far from the race route. Click here for more information.


Stage 12: The 14th of July is not only the date of stage 12 of the race but it’s also the National Day of France. Briancon to Alpe d’Huez. For places to stay click here.

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