Tour de France

The Tour de France will go ahead tentatively after a turbulent couple of years. The event went ahead during the pandemic however many restrictions remained in place for the safety of athletes and organisers.

The 2022 Tour de France is modelled from the 2021 plan which had to be moved to Brittany, this is of course due to the pandemic. This year will be the first time since 2017 that 4 countries have featured on the route with Belgium, Switzerland and Denmark included with the event ending as usual in France.

If you’re hoping to catch multiple stages of the Tour de France, why not ensure you don’t miss a moment, charter a helicopter or jet and arrive to each location in style.


The route starts with the Grand Depart in Denmark on 1st July we will see the cobbles of northern France and six mountain stages this year and will cover a total of 3,328km.

The Grand Depart in Denmark will be up there with some of the most interesting starting destinations that the Tour de France has seen. This includes Yorkshire, Germany, and Belgium (Twice).

The earliest rest day in the history of the race will take place after only three days of racing, the last three rest days are along the route to Paris on July 24th. The third and final week features three Alpine mountain stages.

Riders will transfer to Paris on the Sunday morning to take part in the traditional finale held around the French capital.

There are a total of 23 stages with lots to look forward to along the way!

Stage 1 Copenhagen to Copenhagen 13km (ITT)
Stage 2 Roskilde to Nyborg 199km
Stage 3 Velje to Sønderborg 182km
Rest Day
Stage 4 Dunkirk to Calais 172km
Stage 5 Lille to Arenberg Porte du Hainaut 155km
Stage 6 Binche to Longwy 220km
Stage 7 Tomblaine to Super Planche des Belles Filles 176km
Stage 8 Dole to Lausanne 184km
Stage 9 Aigle to Châtel 183km
Rest Day
Stage 10 Morzine to Megève 148km
Stage 11 Albertville to Col du Granon 149km
Stage 12 Briançon to Alpe d’Huez 166km
Stage 13 Bourg d’Oisans to Saint-Étienne 193km
Stage 14 Saint-Étienne to Mende 195km
Stage 15 Rodez to Carcassonne 200km
Rest Day
Stage 16 Carcassonne to Foix 179km
Stage 17 Saint Gaudens to Peyragudes 130km
Stage 18 Lourdes to Hautacam 143km
Stage 19 Castelnau-Magnoac to Cahors 189km
Stage 20 Lacapelle Marival to Rocamadour 40km (ITT)
Stage 21 Paris La Défense Arena to Paris, Champs-Élysées 112km

This years Tour de France is going to be a knockout show of endurance and sportsmanship, with heritage sites on full display. You can expect to get some incredible sight seeing done alongside the main event.

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