Tour de France

Stage-by-stage guide

2016-06-29 00:00
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Paris - Details of the 21 stages for the 103rd edition of the Tour de France, to be held from July 2-24, 2016.

Stage 1: Saturday, July 2
Mont-Saint-Michel - Utah Beach (Sainte-Marie-du-Mont), 188km

Stage 2: Sunday, July 3
Saint-LôCherbourg-Octeville, 183km

Stage 3: Monday, July 4
GranvilleAngers, 223.5km

Stage 4: Tuesday, July 5
SaumurLimoges, 237.5km

Stage 5: Wednesday, July 6
LimogesLe Lioran, 216km

Stage 6: Thursday, July 7
Arpajon-sur-CèreMontauban, 190.5km

Stage 7: Friday, July 8
L'Isle-JourdainLac de Payolle, 162.5km

Stage 8: Saturday, July 9
PauBagnères-de-Luchon, 184km

Stage 9: Sunday, July 10
Vielha Val d'Aran (Spain) – Andorra-Arcalis (Andorra), 184.5km

Rest day: Monday, July 11

Stage 10: Tuesday, July 12
Escaldes-Engordany (Andorra) – Revel, 197km

Stage 11: Wednesday, July 13
CarcassonneMontpellier, 162.5km

Stage 12: Thursday, July 14
MontpellierMont Ventoux, 184km

Stage 13: Friday, July 15
Bourg-Saint-AndéolLa Caverne du Pont-d'Arc, 37.5km

Stage 14: Saturday, July 16
MontélimarVillars-les-Dombes - Parc des Oiseaux, 208.5km

Stage 15: Sunday, July 17
Bourg-en-BresseCuloz, 160km

Stage 16: Monday, July 18
Moirans-en-MontagneBern (Switzerland), 209km

Rest day: Tuesday, July 19

Stage 17: Wednesday, July 20
Bern (Switzerland) – Finhaut Émosson (Switzerland), 184.5km

Stage 18: Thursday, July 21
SallanchesMegève, 17km

Stage 19: Friday, July 22
AlbertvilleSaint-Gervais-les-Bains, 146km

Stage 20: Saturday, July 23
MegèveMorzine, 146.5km

Stage 21: Sunday, July 24
ChantillyParis, 113km

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