2023 Tour de France route

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2023 Tour de France route

The 2023 Tour de France route will begin on Saturday, July 1. The first stage will take place in Bilbao, Spain, and will cover a distance of 182km. On July 2, the race will continue from Vitoria Gasteiz to San Sebastian, covering a distance of 209km. The third stage, on July 3, will start in Amorebieta Etxnano, Spain, and end in Bayonne, covering a distance of 187.4km. On July 4, the race will move from Dax to Nogaro, covering a distance of 182km. The fifth stage, on July 5, will take place from Pau to Laruns, covering a distance of 163km. On July 6, the race will continue from Tarbes to Cauterets Cambasque, covering a distance of 145km. The seventh stage, on July 7, will start in Mont de Marsan and end in Bordeaux, covering a distance of 170km. On July 8, the race will move from Libourne to Limoges, covering a distance of 201km. The ninth stage, on July 9, will start in Saint Leonard de Noblat and end at Puy de Dome, covering a distance of 182.5km. There will be a rest day in Clermont Ferrand on July 10. On July 11, the race will continue from Vulcania to Issoire, covering a distance of 167.5km. The eleventh stage, on July 12, will start in Clermont Ferrand and end in Moulins, covering a distance of 180km. On July 13, the race will move from Roanne to Belleville en Beaujolais, covering a distance of 169km. The thirteenth stage, on July 14, will start in Chatillon sur Chalaronne and end at Grand Colombier, covering a distance of 138km. On July 15, the race will continue from Annemasse to Morzine Les Portes du Soleil, covering a distance of 152km. The fifteenth stage, on July 16, will start in Les Gets Les Portes du Soleil and end at Saint Gervais Mont Blanc, covering a distance of 179km. There will be a rest day in Saint Gervais Mont Blanc on July 17. On July 18, the race will move from Passy to Combloux, with an individual time trial covering a distance of 22.4km. The seventeenth stage, on July 19, will start in Saint Gervais Mont Blanc and end in Courchevel, covering a distance of 166km. On July 20, the race will continue from Moutiers to Bourg en Bresse, covering a distance of 185km. The nineteenth stage, on July 21, will start in Moirans en Bretagne and end in Poligny, covering a distance of 173km. On July 22, the race will move from Belfort to Le Markstein, covering a distance of 133.5km. The final stage, on July 23, will start in Saint Quentin en Yvelines and end at Paris Champs Elysees, covering a distance of 115.5km. The total distance of the race will be 3,402.8km. Reporting by Julien Pretot; Editing by Toby Davis.

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