Tour de France 2020

Watch the world's great cycling race


The Tour de France is the most famous cycling event in the world, and we would like to offer you the opportunity to watch it live. We have been operating trips to the Tour de France since 2007. So, we know how to make your Tour de France 2020 Cycling Holiday a memorable one.


The 2020 Tour de France will the 107th edition of this famous cycling event. The route for this famous race will be announced on the 17th October in Paris, after the announcement we will have all the details on this page.

The Tour de France 2020 route will include TBC mountain or hilly climbs with TBC finishing at high altitude. With TBC of these mountain stages taking place in the French Alps.

We have designed our Tour de France vacation packages to give you the best experience possible. We will visit stages TBC, TBC and TBC. Whilst visiting a stage you will ride one of the major climbs before the pro’s.Your route to the summits will be lined with thousands of cycling mad supporters. Many of them offering you encouragement and a friendly push if it’s required.

Watching your cycling hero’s fighting for the yellow jersey is only part of what we will be offering. Your entire week will showcase the very best of the French Alps. Our routes will take you into areas of outstanding beauty with breathtaking views. Furthermore, these routes will include the 11 climbs that will feature within the Alps. You will ride Alpe D’Huez, Cormet de Roselend, Col de Petit Saint Bernard, Col de la Colombière, Col de la Madeleine, Col de la Croix de Fer and Lacets de Montvernier just to name a few. So,we can promise you a action packed week.


Whilst on the road you will have the support of knowledgeable guides. They will provide advice, encouragement and help with any miner mechanical problems. We provide a support vehicle offering nutritional and mechanical support. This will meet you at pre-arranged stops along the route. It will carry energy bars, fresh water and energy drinks. Helping to keep your performance levels to the maximum. If bad weather moves in, it will carry any warm or wet weather clothing you might need at your disposal.

This is a general itinerary to provide you with some idea of how the 2020 Tour de France Cycling Holiday is structured. If you would prefer your week to include more distance, less distance or different climbs. Please contact us, we are willing to provide you with a week that meets all your needs.


Day 1
Meet at Geneva Airport, transfer to Meribel, Assemble Bikes
Day 2
Local Climbs, Montagny (1056m), Prolognan (1420m), La Tania (1353m)
Day 3
Col du Petit Saint Bernard (2188m)
Day 4
Stage 10, Annecy / Le Grand-Bornand, 159km
Day 5
Stage 11, Albertville / Le Rosiere Espace San Bernardo, 108km
Day 6
Bourg-Saint Maurice Les Arcs / Alpe d’Huez, 175km
Day 7
The Serpent of the Alps, Col du la Madeleine (2000m)
Day 8
Depature, transfer to Geneva Airport of a midday flight


This is a general itinerary to provide you with some idea of how the Tour de France 2020 Cycling Holiday will be structured. If you would prefer your week to include more distance, less distance or different climbs. Please contact us, we are willing to provide you with a week that meets all your needs



A member of the Classic Cycling Tours team will be waiting to greet you in the arrivals area at Geneva Airport. The transfers time to our chalet in Meribel – Les Allues will take 2hrs.

On arrival at the chalet there will be the opportunity to assemble your bike. We have a good selection of tools, track pumps and bike stands available for your use. There will be an option to go for a short ride to ensure that everything is working order.

Distance 32kmAscent
Descent 902mRide Time
1hr 30mins
RefreshmentsNo Vehicle SupportLink to RideMeribel Village

Before dinner there will be a introductory briefing outlining the schedule and route for Sundays ride.



Your first day of cycling begins with a local ride taking in some great climbs. Today is all about finding your climbing rhythm and getting used to long descents. You will also get the first taste of the unbelievable scenery this region of the French Alps has to offer.

Distance 71kmAscent
Descent 1705mRide Time
3hr 45mins
RefreshmentsVehicle SupportLink to RideMontagny

Before dinner there will be a briefing outlining the schedule and route for Mondays ride.



Our second day of riding will take you up the magnificent Col du Petit Saint Bernard. The climbs starts in Bourg Saint Maurice and covers a distance of 30km. The climb as featured in the Tour de France on a number of occasions. Due to it’s gentle and constant gradient it shouldn’t be to strenuous. When you reach the summit (2188m) you will be greeted by the French/Italian boarder and fantastic views of Mont Blanc.

Distance 140kmAscent
Descent 2100mRide Time
6hr 00mins
RefreshmentsVehicle SupportLink to RideCol du Petit Saint Bernard

Before dinner there will be a briefing outlining the schedule and route for Tuesdays ride.



Today’s ride will take us along the valley floor before getting to our first climb the “Col du Tamie”. This 10km climb featured during 2016 Tour de France. After descending we ride along the valley and the shores of the beautiful “lake Annecy”. Are next climb will be the 8km “Col de la Forclaz”. The last 3km of this climbing have an average gradient of 11%. From the summit you can enjoy a well earned refreshment stop and admire the breathing taking views over the lake below.

Our route back will be along the valley floor before climbing back up to the chalet.

Distance 156kmAscent
Descent 2412mRide Time
6hr 40mins
RefreshmentsVehicle SupportLink to RideCol du Tamie
Col du la Forclaz



Today your legs a well deserved rest from cycling. However, we can arrange a number of activities such as White Water Rafting, Canyoning, Hydrospeed, Via Ferrata and Paragliding.

Before dinner there will be a briefing outlining the schedule and route for Thursdays ride.



Today you will get to ride three famous Tour de France climbs. The Col du Telegraphe, Col du Galibier and the legendary 21 bends of Alpe d’Huez. This will be a challenging day in the saddle due to the amount of climbing involved. But, we are sure it will be a day you will talk about for years to come.

After such a epic day of riding we will stay in Bourg d’Oisans for a meal before driving back to the chalet.

Distance 121kmAscent
Descent 3412mRide Time
5hr 30mins
RefreshmentsVehicle SupportLink to RideCol du Telegraphe
Col du Galibier
Alpe d'Huez

Before dinner there will be a briefing outlining the schedule and route for Fridays ride.



Your last day of cycling will involve one of the true classic climbs of the Tour de France. The “Col du La Madeleine” also known as the “Serpent of the Alps”. This climb is 27km in length, and like many serpent it has a sting in it’s tail. With the last 4km having an average gradient of 9%. From the summit you will have wonderful views over Tarentaise and Maurienne valleys. This provides the prefect backdrop to end our Tour de France Spectator Tours 2020.

Distance 90kmAscent
Descent 2105mRide Time
4hr 10mins
RefreshmentsVehicle SupportLink to RideCol de la Madeleine

Before dinner there will be a briefing outlining the schedule for return transfer to Geneva Airport.



Unfortunately our Tour de France 2020 week as come to an end. We will provide a return Geneva Airport transfer to meet a midday flight.


Return Geneva Airport Transfer
Support Vehicle and Guides
7 Nights Accommodation
6 Evening Meals with Complimentary Wine
6 Continental Breakfasts
Afternoon Snacks
Visas (if required)
Travel Insurance
Personal Injury Insurance
We will provide you with a continental style breakfast each morning. After every ride there will be afternoon snacks consisting of bread, cheese, ham, pasta and cake. On six evening, we will serve a delicious two course evening dinner with complimentary wine.
A member of the Classic Cycling Tours team will be in the arrivals area on the Swiss side of Geneva Airport to meet you. We kindly ask you to arrange your inbound / outbound flights to arrive / depart as close to midday as possible.
Whilst on the 2019 Tour de France Cycling Holiday you will be accommodated on a shared twin room basis. If you are travelling by yourself you will be paired up with someone of the same gender. If you would prefer your own room, then a single supplement charge will be added. Please note this option is only available subject to availability, contact us for prices.
You will accompanied on the road by English speaking guides. We will also provide a support vehicle carry a range of tools, fresh water, energy bars, energy drink (powder form) and an extra clothing you would like to have at your disposal.
We strongly recommend that you have your bike serviced to guarantee it is in perfect working order prior to your cycling holiday. If you are not mechanically minded, get your local bike shop to service it for you. Areas of particular importance are:

Check rims and if they are worn, cracked or badly dented replace them with news rims or complete wheel.

Check and, if required replace brake blocks.

Check wheels are “true” and spoke tension is correct.

Check and, if required, adjust, grease or replace ALL bearings and quick release skewers.

Check and, if required replace brake and gear cables.

Check and, if required tighten all bolts (esp. crank, bottom bracket, headset, stem and handlebars.

Check chain, cassette and chainrings for wear.

We also recommend that you familiarise yourself with some basic repairs, like changing an inner-tube and fixing a puncher. We will also be there to help, but having these basic skills will help keep delays down to minimum.

If you decide not to bring your own bike, we have some bikes for hire. All our bike have carbon frames and with shimano 105 gearing and compact chain sets. For your own comfort we recommend bring your own saddle and pedals. For pricing and availability please contact us.

Cycling Helmet (mandatory)
Sunglasses / Eye Protection


Base Layer
Cycling Jersey
Long Sleeved Cycling Jersey (optional)
Good Padded Cycling Shorts
Lightweight Waterproof Jacket
Lightweight Gillet


Arm Warmers
Cycling Gloves
Long Fingered Cycling Gloves (optional)


Full Length Leg Warmers
Knee Length Leg Warmers


Cycling or Touring Shoes
Cycling Socks
Cycling Overshoes

The better condition you are in, the likely you are to enjoy our Tour de France 2020 holidays. We recommend you adopt an achievable weekly exercise programme that includes some long rides in hilly terrain. Getting out on your bike is obviously the best way to prepare for your holiday. However, swimming, running and circuit training are good for developing your aerobic fitness and stamina.
At Classic Cycling Tours the safety and well-being of our guests is of the upmost importances to us. Due to the nature of cycling and the terrain you will be riding in, accidents can occur. Therefore, it is mandatory that you have Personal Injury Insurance that covers you whilst on a cycling holiday. If you don’t have any cover we recommend using “Yellow Jersey” insurance.




A holiday booking shall be made between Alpsports Limited operating under the name of Classic Cycling Tours, whose registered office is at 40 Queens Grove Road, North Chingford, London, E4 7BT (“,Alpsports Ltd”, the “Company”, “we” or “us”) and the person making the booking (the “,Client” or “you”) and the contract between the Company and the Client shall be governed by these booking terms and conditions. A contract for young persons cannot be made unless at least one member of the party is at least eighteen years of age and is the lead name on the booking. When booking, you: (i) guarantee that you have authority to accept and do hereby accept on behalf of your party, these booking terms and conditions; (ii) confirm that you have brought the terms of the holiday contract to the attention of each member of your party; (iii) hereby agree that you will bring the terms of the holiday contract to the attention of anyone who is added or substituted at a later date; and (iv) guarantee to pay the full costs of the holidays of all those persons mentioned in the booking and of anyone who is added or substituted at a later date.


No contract shall exist between the Client and the Company until: (i) deposits or full payment (as applicable) has been received by the Company and a confirmation invoice (an “Invoice”) has been issued by the Company, or (ii) in the case of telephone bookings made within 10 weeks of departure, and where payment is due by debit or credit card, the Company processes your credit/debit card payment and provides oral confirmation of the booking to you, at which time a contract shall immediately come into existence. When making a telephone booking in such circumstances you are deemed to have accepted these booking terms and conditions at the time of making your telephone booking; an Invoice will be sent to you subsequently.

When you receive your Invoice, please check all the details carefully to ensure that they are correct, as the Invoice, together with these booking terms and conditions form the basis of the contract between you and us. Information contained in our website also forms part of the booking contract (subject to clauses 5 and 12 of these booking terms and conditions). If there are any discrepancies in the Invoice, please bring these to our attention within 7 days of issue, otherwise we will assume that the details shown are correct and amendment charges may be levied where changes are subsequently necessary. We reserve the right to amend any obvious errors in the Invoice including those which concern the price. We will do this as soon as we notice the error but no later than 7 days after issuing the Invoice and no later than 24 hours before departure in the case of late bookings.


A deposit of 30% of the total holiday cost is payable at the time of booking (the “Deposit”). The Deposit is non-refundable. On receipt of the Deposit, the Company will send you the Invoice showing the arrangements booked, the balance payable by you and when the balance is due. For bookings made within 10 weeks of departure full payment for the holiday must be made immediately to confirm your reservation.


Where a Deposit has been paid, full payment of the balance (as shown on your Invoice) must reach the Company not less than 10 weeks prior to the start date of your holiday (the “Due Date”). You shall be liable for full payment for all those persons named on the booking and for any and all persons added or substituted at a later date. If payment shall not have been received by the Due Date, the Company shall have the right to cancel the booking, retain the deposit paid and levy cancellation charges. Any money paid by or on behalf of the Client to an agent, under or in contemplation of a contract with the Company, is held by the agent as agent for the Company until the date on which the agent pays the money to the Company. Any payment made by Visa Credit or Mastercard will be subject to a 2% handling fee.


Although every effort is made to ensure that the prices quoted on the Classic Cycling Tours website are accurate at the time of publication we cannot guarantee these prices and you must check the price of your chosen holiday at the time of booking, at which time the correct current price will be advised to you.

Once your booking has been accepted we reserve the right to levy surcharges in the event of changes to the Company’s costs in dues, taxes or government action (such as increases in VAT or any other government imposed increases) or in relation to the exchange rates that have been used to calculate the cost of your holiday. In cases where the Company has received payment in full from the Client by the due date stipulated for latest payment on the Invoice, the Company will not impose any surcharges after payment in full has been received.

Your holiday price does not include:

Holiday insurance (which you must have)
The cost of outbound and/or return Flights
Bike Rental
Room supplements for reduced occupancy
Entertainment and provision of food and/or beverages to visitors to the chalet who are not listed on the invoice.


If you wish to change any details of your booking you must inform us as soon as possible and confirm the details in writing; any changes to your booking will only be effective once the Company has confirmed acceptance of such changes to you in writing. If we are able to accept the change we will do so without charge, save for amendments to services the Company has arranged on your behalf (such as ski packs, lift passes and transfer seats) where we will charge an amendment fee as charged to us by the relevant supplier plus an additional administration fee of £30 per person for each relevant change. Any changes made within 6 weeks of departure may (at the Company’s absolute discretion) be treated as a cancellation and cancellation charges will apply as detailed in these booking terms and conditions.


Cancellations must be notified to us by the Client immediately in writing (sending the letter by recorded delivery, with the postal receipt kept as proof), at 40 Queens Grove Road, North Chingford, London, E4 7BT and will only be effective when we receive the written notice of cancellation at our offices. In all cases of cancellation by the Client the Deposit and any amendment charges will be forfeited. Cancellation periods are calculated from the date your written notification of cancellation is received in our offices. If you cancel prior to the scheduled date of arrival at the chalet, the following cancellation fees expressed as a percentage of the total holiday cost payable by the person(s) cancelling (including, but not limited to, extras such as bike rental and private transfers; excluding any amendment charges) will become immediately payable by you to the Company.

Period Before Departure
More than 12 weeks
Between 8 weeks and 6 weeks
Between 6 weeks and 4 weeks
Within 4 weeks
Cancellation Charge Per Person

If no written notice of cancellation is received and you and/or other members of your party do not travel, cancellation is deemed to have been received in respect of such persons on the scheduled day of arrival at the chalet. If a member of your party wishes to cancel, this may mean that the chalet is under occupied and could result in other members of your party having to pay any applicable supplements to retain the booking.

The Company reserves the right to re-sell any part of a cancelled holiday and this does not affect its right to levy cancellation fees.


Arrangements for holidays are made many months in advance, and changes can occur. We must reserve the right to make alterations to holiday and website details both before and after any booking has been confirmed. Most of these changes are minor and in all cases we will advise you or your travel agent of any changes at the earliest possible opportunity. If a significant change becomes necessary you will have the choice of: (i) accepting the change in arrangements; (ii) purchasing an alternative holiday from us and paying or receiving any price difference; or (iii) cancelling your holiday and receiving a full refund. In all cases of a significant change, we will pay you compensation as set out in the table below except where the change is made as a result of unforeseeable circumstances beyond our control, the consequences of which could not have been avoided even with all due care which shall include but are not limited to those circumstances set out in clause 9 (Force Majeure) below. No compensation is payable in respect of minor changes and no other claim for compensation and/or expenses will be accepted.

Period Before Departure
More than 12 weeks
Between 4 and 12 weeks
Between 2 and 4 weeks
Less than 2 weeks
Compensation Per Person


The Company cannot accept liability for any costs, losses or expenses incurred by you or any member of your party or pay any compensation if we are forced to cancel, curtail or in any way change your holiday or if the performance or prompt performance of our contractual obligations is prevented or affected by circumstances amounting to ‘force majeure’. Such circumstances shall include, but are not limited to, war or threat of war, riot, civil strife, political dispute, terrorist activity (actual or threatened), industrial disruption (actual or threatened), natural disasters (including but not limited to avalanches or volcanic eruptions/ash-clouds), nuclear disaster, epidemics or health risks, fire, technical problems with transport/machinery/equipment, closure or congestion of airports or ports, border closures, adverse weather conditions, governmental action and similar events beyond our control.


The Client hereby accepts responsibility and agrees to guarantee payment for (i) any chargeable services requested by you or any member of your party, and (ii) any damage or loss caused by you or any member of your party.

The Company shall be entitled to recover from the Client the cost of breakages (estimated if not precisely known) and/or damage to the chalet and/or Company property (including but not limited to vehicles and equipment) caused (either with or without intent) by you or by any member of your party. We reserve the right to recover these costs from your credit/debit card. The Client undertakes, for and on behalf of himself/herself and each member of the Client’s party, to behave in such a manner so as to not prejudice the Company’s reputation with the owners of its chalets, its suppliers or other clients of the Company.

If, in our reasonable opinion, you or any member of your party behaves in such a way as to cause, or be likely to cause (i) danger, upset or distress to other guests, employees of the Company or any third party; or (ii) damage to property, the Company shall be entitled, without prior notice, to terminate the holiday of the person or persons concerned and the Company shall have no further contractual obligations towards such person(s) including with respect to any return travel or transfer arrangements made on their behalf. Such person(s) shall have no right to claim a refund for their holiday (or any part of it) and the Company shall have no liability in respect of financial loss or other claims, damages or expenses incurred by them as a result of such termination. The breach of this clause by any one person shall grant the Company the right to demand immediate vacation of the accommodation by every person named on the booking. The Company accepts no responsibility for the action of its guests and shall not be held liable for any claim or demand made against them (or as a result of their actions) by any third party.


We endeavour to make sure that the holiday which you book with us is supplied and the services performed or provided by us are performed or provided using reasonable skill and care. If any part of your holiday is not provided as promised, it is your responsibility to show that reasonable skill and care has not been used if you wish to make a claim against us. We accept responsibility for the acts/omissions of our employees or agents, suppliers and subcontractors where they were at the time acting within the course of their employment or carrying out work that we had asked them to do under a contract of agency or supply with the Company. In all cases (except where personal injury, death, loss and/or damage to luggage or personal possessions results), our liability is limited to the relevant total holiday price of the person(s) affected. It is a condition of this acceptance of liability that you notify us of any claim in writing within 28 days of your return from holiday.

In the case of loss and/or damage to luggage or personal possessions (including money), the Company will not accept any liability as it is a condition of your booking (and therefore reasonably assumed by the Company) that you and all members of your party have taken out appropriate insurance to cover such loss and/or damage before travelling. In the event that local restrictions or an injury or other enforced absence to one or more of our employees causes our normal service to be curtailed or restricted, this will not be accepted as cause for compensation claims.

The Company will not be responsible or pay you compensation for any injury, illness, death, loss, damage, expense, cost or other claim of any description if it results from:
the act(s) and/or omission(s) of the person(s) affected;
the act(s) and/or omission(s) of a third party unconnected with the provision of the services contracted for and which were unforeseeable or unavoidable;

unusual or unforeseeable circumstances beyond ours or our supplier(s) control, the consequences of which could not have been avoided even if all due care had been exercised; or
an event which either ourselves or our suppliers could not, even with all due care, have foreseen or forestalled.


All reasonable care has been taken to ensure that the descriptions, facts or opinions on our website are correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. Chalet plans and resort maps should only be used as an indication of layout. Scale and dimensions are subject to error and furniture and room arrangements are subject to change. Opinions expressed are personal to the authors and photographs only relate to a specific destination when specifically captioned. The Client should bear in mind that in relation to the information given about the resort and certain of the facilities available within resort, we cannot guarantee accuracy at all times or that any particular activity will take place as these services are not under our control.


Should a problem arise during your holiday, we request that you inform our staff in resort at the time the problem arises so that we are provided with the opportunity to deal with the problem. If you fail to do so you deprive us of the chance to investigate your complaint and to do our best to rectify any problems. If we are unable to resolve matters whilst you are on holiday and you remain dissatisfied, you must write to Alpsports Ltd, 40 Queens Grove Road, North Chingford, London, E4 7BT within 28 days of your return from holiday, giving all relevant information. If you fail to follow this simple complaints procedure, your right to claim compensation will be affected or even lost and we regret that we cannot accept liability in respect of any complaints which are not notified entirely in accordance with this clause.


It is a condition of booking that all persons named on the booking have insurance which provides sufficient travel and sports insurance. As a minimum, such insurance should cover medical costs, mountain rescue and emergency repatriation, third-party liability, travel disruption, cancellation and personal effects. Insurance policies usually specify the maximum amount covered in the event of any loss or damage and most do not cover mobile telephones and some may have exclusions for certain “extreme” sports. We suggest you and the members of your party check the limits of cover of your chosen policies. The Company cannot accept responsibility if you or any members of your party do not take out adequate travel insurance or where any losses exceed the amount for which you/they can claim under your/their chosen policy.

We strongly recommend “Yellow Jersey Cycle” insurance if you do not have any cover.


You should plan to arrive at your chalet accommodation after 2.30pm on arrival day and leave by 11am on your departure day. If you wish to leave luggage at the chalet before 2.30pm on the arrival day, this can be arranged but we ask that notice is given prior to the date of your scheduled arrival.


Guests use the hot-tub at our accommodation at their own risk and the Company can accept no responsibility for accidents/injuries sustained while using these facilities. Children must be supervised at all times. The Hot-tub is normally out of use for at least one day per week while they are cleaned. Should any leisure facility become unavailable for any reason, we cannot guarantee being able to repair or replace it during your holiday, and do not offer compensation for inconvenience or curtailed use in such an event.


For our catered chalet programme we have a well-developed Food Allergy Policy in place, with a view to avoiding any allergic reaction incidents, and shall exercise reasonable care to avoid specified food and drink ingredients if special diets are agreed at the time of booking and confirmed in writing (by email or registered post) at least 14 days prior to the scheduled arrival date. However, in choosing to stay with us, you accept the following facts: that no food allergy system can ever provide a 100% guarantee against any contact with a specified foodstuff; that items such as eggs, dairy products and nuts are constantly present in chalet kitchens and dining areas; that our staff cannot police what snacks third parties, including other guests, may bring into contact with the allergic person.

Extreme Food Allergies: where a food allergy is so severe that the slightest exposure to the substance in question could cause a life-threatening anaphylactic reaction (for example where a reaction may be triggered other than by actually eating the foodstuff – such as by smell alone, or by minute trace elements on the hands of a staff member or another person), you must advise us in writing of the severe nature of the allergy at the time of booking. We then reserve the right to advise you that, in our considered view, the controls we are able to implement in the ski chalet environment are insufficient to guarantee the relevant person’s safety, in which case, should the relevant person (or in the case of a child, it’s legal guardian) choose to proceed with the booking, that person does so entirely at their own risk, and would be asked to confirm this in writing in order to confirm the booking. If you fail to advise us of a known extreme allergy at the point of booking, you will be in breach of contract, and we will therefore have no liability to you or any other person in the event of any incident.


Complimentary internet access via wifi is available in our chalets. Please note, however, that we cannot guarantee continuous and uninterrupted internet connection due to technical circumstance out of our control. Internet is intended for straight-forward web browsing and checking of e-mails, it is NOT for live streaming or downloads (including music & films).


All of our rooms are equipped with a safe for securing guests’ valuables and all bedrooms have been fitted with lockable doors. However, we cannot be held responsible for the damage to, or loss or theft of personal belongings or ski equipment from our chalet accommodation (see also clause 14 (Insurance).


Smoking is prohibited throughout our chalets. A guest who breaches this policy will be liable for any cleaning costs resulting from such breach, and accepts liability for all consequential damages sought against Alpsports Ltd by its other guests and/or the property owners.


Headings within these booking terms and conditions are for reference purposes only and all images are intended to give a general impression only.

These booking terms and conditions and any contractual and non-contractual matters arising from them are governed in all respects by English law and shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.

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Quick Glance

£13507-Day Package
Tour de France 2020
  • Return Geneva Airport Transfers
  • 7 Nights Luxury Accommodation in the French Alps
  • 7 Continental Style Breakfasts
  • 6 Afternoon Snacks
  • 6 Two Course Evening Dinners
  • Support Vehicle & Guides
  • 6 Days of Riding covering 500 kilometres and 8,000 Metres of Climbing
  • Visit Stages of the Tour de France

Watch the 2020 Tour de France in the French Alps

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Guest Reviews

Where do I start, the first thing is I don’t know if it is possible to for you to plan it any differently or better next year, we were treated to the best service possible as far as I am concerned. I never thought we would be so spoilt. Your staff were wonderful as were you both. The riding experience was great and I only wished we could have done more of that but the weather wasn’t on our side. The food was yummy, it was like going to a restaurant each night, a five star one at that.
Sue SharplesSatisfied Customer