2014 Tour de France with Al Fresco Holidays
Saturday 5 July - Monday 7 July Stage 1 - 3: UK
Tuesday 8 July - Stage 4: Le Touquet - Paris - Plage > Lille, 164km
Wednesday 9 July - Stage 5: Ypres > Arenberg Porte du Hainaut, 156km Stay at La Croix du Vieux Pont as an ideal base to watch stages 6 and 7 of the Tour. This parc is less than 20km from Stage 6 route and arrival in Reims, and 88km from the Village depart of stage 7.
Saturday 12 July - Stage 8: Tomblaine > Gérardmer La Mauselaine, 161km
Sunday 13 July - Stage 9: Gérardmer > Mulhouse, 166km
Monday 14 July - Stage 10: Mulhouse > La Planche des Belles Filles, 161km Stay at Le Val de Bonnal approximately 65km from the Planche des Belles Filles. The last winner was Froome in 2012, it was his first victory on the Tour de France. A really good finish at the top of a hill with a 5.9 km-long climb at 8.5%.
Tuesday 15 July - rest day: Besançon
Wednesday 16 July - Stage 11: Besançon > Oyonnax, 186km Stay at Le Val de Bonnal 55kmfrom the Village Depart.
Thursday 17 July - Stage 12: Bourg-en-Bresse > Saint-Étienne, 183km
Friday 18 July - Stage 13: Saint-Étienne > Chamrousse, 200km
Saturday 19 July - Stage 14: Grenoble > Risoul, 177km
Sunday 20 July - Stage 15: Tallard > Nîmes 222km Stay at Les Rives du Luberon to be just a couple of miles from the Stage 15 route. Alternatively you could stay at Le Val de Durance approximately 18km from Stage 15 route.
Monday 21 July - rest day: Carcasonne Tuesday 22 July - Stage 16: Carcasonne > Bagnères-de-Luchon, 237km Our featured campsites in Languedoc Roussillon are not far from Carcassone.
Wednesday 23 July - Stage 17: Saint-Gaudens > Saint-Lary-Soulan Pla d'Adet, 125km
Thursday 24 July - Stage 18: Pau > Hautacam, 145km
Friday 25 July - Stage 19: Maubourguet Pays du Val d'Adour > Bergerac, 208km
Saturday 26 July - Stage 20: Bergerac > Périgueux, 54km
Sunday 27 July - Stage 21: Évry > Paris Champs-Élysees, 136km Paris Est just a trip by train and metro to Paris to look at the final stage and see the final yellow jersey.