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If you're looking for bed and breakfast accommodation in France our accommodation directory has all you need to find a suitable establishment at your chosen destination.

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A Bed and breakfast (or B&B, also spelled BnB) known in French as "Chambres d'hôte" is generally available on a nightly basis. Whether it is on a farm or ranging up to a chateau and some are in particularly charming locations. Your overnight accommodation will normally include breakfast and quite often the owner of the property will provide evening meals "table d'hôte".

Sunday, January 13, 2019

Tour de France - 6th to 28th July 2019

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Saturday 6th July to Sunday 28th July 2019
The 106th Tour de France cycle race starts in Bruxelles in Belgium, passing from Bruxelles to Flanders and Wallonia, before arriving in North-Eastern France (Grand Est) at Epernay (one of the principle centres for the production of champagne). Continuing to the Vosges mountains , then heading south-east through Franche-Comte / Burgundy / Bourgogne ,the Loire and Cantal , Auvergne / Rhone-Alpes , Occitanie (formerly Pyrenees and Languedoc-Roussillon)
The next region will be Provence / Alpes / Cote d'Azur, followed by Savoie in the Auvergne / Rhone-Alps before finishing the final day from Rambouillet / Yvelines to the Champs-Elysees in Paris Ile de France

A distance of approximately 3460 kms.

There are 7 flat stages, 5 hilly stages, 7 mountain ranges and 5 mountain-top finishes.
the Vosges, the Pyrenees, the Massif Central, the Alps.

There are 6 classification awards:

Yellow Jersey -- leader of general classification
Polka Dot Jersey -- leader of best climbers classification
Green Jersey-- leader of points classification
White Jersey -- best young rider age 25 years or under
Team Classification-- (teams 3 best riders' totals added together) - wear yellow helmets and race numbers in next stage
Most Aggressive rider --  Distinction awarded at end of each stage - winner wears red numbers in next stage

Sat 6th July          Bruxelles to  Brussel         Belgium          192km
Sun 7th July         Bruxelles Palais Royal  to  Brussel Atomium      Belgium   27km
Mon 8th July         Binche Belgium  to   Epernay  Marne, Grand Est France  214km
Tues 9th July        Reims  Marne  to   Nancy  Meuthe-et-Moselle Grand-Est 215km
Wed 10th July       Saint-Die-des-Vosges  to  Colmar Grand-Est 169km
Thurs 11th July     Mulhouse  Grand-Est  to  La-Planche-des-Belles-Filles Haute-Saone, Vosges mountains 157km
Fri 12th July          Belfort  to Chalon-sur-Saone Saone et Loire 230km
Sat 13th July         Macon  Saone-et-Loire to  Saint-Etienne  Loire  199km
Sun 14th July        Saint-Etienne  to  Brioude  Haut-Loire  170km
Mon 15th July       Saint-Flour  Cantal  to  Albi Tarn   218km
Tues 16th July       Rest Day  -  ALBI
Wed 17th July       Albi  to  Toulouse  Haute-Garonne  167km
Thurs 18th July     Toulouse  to  Bagneres-de-Bigorre  Hautes-Pyrenees  202km
Fri 19th July           Pau  to  Pau  Pyrenees-Atlantiques    27km 
Sat 20th July         Tarbes   to  Tourmalet-Bareges  Hautes-Pyrenees  117km
Sun 21st July         Limoux Aude to Foix-Prat d'Albis Ariege  185km
Mon 22nd July       Rest Day  -  NIMES
Tues 23rd July       Nimes  to  Nimes  Gard Occitanie  177km
Wed 24th July        Pont du Gard Gard  to  Gap  Hautes-Alpes  206km
Thurs 25th July      Embrun Hautes-Alpes  to Valloire Savoie Auvergne/Rhone-Alpes  207km
Fri 26th July           Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne  to Tignes  Savoie Auvergne/Rhone-Alpes  123km
Sat 27th July          Albertville to Val Thorens  Savoie Auvergne/Rhone-Alpes 131km
Sat 28th July          Rambouillet Yvelines to Champs-Elysees Paris  127km

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