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Tour de France Holidays

The famous, demanding hairpin climbs in the Alps have played a great part in the Tour de France over the years. With the mountains bringing a great spectacle and fantastic views, it's easy to see why people head to the Alps year after year to witness this fantastic event.

In previous years the Tour de France has passed through a number of resorts, including Morzine and Alpe d'Huez, finishing on the Champs-Élysées, Paris. In 2018 cyclists tackled the 21 bends leading up to Alpe d'Huez in the 12th stage of the competition. The 175km route finished in Alpe d'Huez on Thursday 19 July, with Geriant Thomas of Team Sky emerging victorious. 

Inspired to tackle Alpe D'Huez?

After the excitement of 2018 the route for 2019 will not pass through Alpe D'Huez. However, our five Le Village chalets are the perfect base for anyone seeking to test themselves against the famous 21 bends. The roads around Alpe D'Huez are a popular training area for cyclists of all abilities, with professionals and amateurs alike flocking to the Alps for summer training.  

Self catered from £100pppn

Chalets Le Manoir, La Maison, Le Chapelle, Le Chateau and La Ferme are available on a Serviced Self catered basis for whole chalet bookings. 

A small welcome hamper will be delivered to the chalet with essential basics such as cleaning products, tea, coffee, milk, toilet rolls & tea towels. Linen & towels provided.

(minimum 3 nights stay)

Our prices do not include flights or transfers to resort but we would be more than happy to assist in arranging these.

Tour de France facts and figures

Get inspired by some of these brilliant Tour de France facts:

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