Tour de France
The Tour de France is the largest annual sporting event on the planet and going to watch a stage or two is something we highly recommend to anyone. After watching the race for many years at home in Australia we finally got the opportunity to experience the race live in 2013 where we saw three stages. Being roadside is a great experience and we have been lucky to see the Tour de France a number of times since 2013. We now live in the Pyrenees and looking forward to heading to the mountains for the 2024 edition of the race. The only question is what mountain to go to.
On this page, you will find links to a number of articles we have put together to help you plan and experience the Tour de France for yourself. Over the years we have learned plenty about the best way to experience the race roadside and there is lots of information for you to look through. If you don’t find what you are looking for here or need a hand then consider our travel advisory service. We offer a range of options to assist people in planning their own holiday to France and will be only too happy to help you make your trip memorable for the right reasons.
Our Cycling in France Facebook group is another resource to consider if you are planning on watching the Tour de France and still have some questions about it. We are only too happy to assist with your questions and we want to ensure you have the most enjoyable time possible.
Watching the Tour de France Roadside
Our top tips if you are considering watching the Tour de France roadside for the first time
The 2023 Tour de France
We have put together lots of information to get you ready for the 2023 edition of the Tour de France. Stage-by-stage details, where to watch in different countries around the world, all the climb statistics, and lots more.
Mountain Stages of the 2023 Tour de France
A guide to all the mountain stages for the 2023 Tour de France.
Tour de France cycle tours
Details of cycling tour companies that offer trips to watch the Tour de France in 2023.