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The Tour in Rocamadour!
The 109th edition of the Tour de France will take place between the 1st and the 24th July 2022. The penultimate stage brings the race to the spectacular city of Rocamadour on Saturday 23rd July 2022. An individual time-trial bringing all the action to the Dordogne Valley!
One for the attackers
The route of the Tour de France 2022 has been unveiled in its traditional venue in Paris. The Palais des Congrès welcomed thousands of people for the event, including the reigning champion Tadej Pogačar, the joint record holder for most stage wins, Mark Cavendish, and two-time world champion Julian Alaphilippe. In a historic first, riders from the women's peloton attended the ceremony to witness the birth of the Tour de France Femmes.
The 2022 Tour route is full of opportunities to go on the attack on every terrain following the Grand Départ in Copenhagen. The mountains will then set the stage for a series of showdowns to decide who gets to take the yellow jersey home.
Stage 20: Lacapelle-Marival to Rocamadour
Before the grand finale in Paris on the 24th of July, the Tour de France 2022 will be racing through the Dordogne Valley for Stage 20. An individual time-trial of 40 km between Lacapelle-Marival and Rocamadour promising a spectacular finish in the ancient city.
This penultimate stage of the Tour de France will take place on Saturday 23rd July 2022 and Rocamadour is the place to be to witness all the excitement. As the final time trial of the race, the 40km stage will reveal where all the riders stand before their arrival on the Champs-Elysées the next day.
Make sure you arrive early to catch a glimpse of the riders and enjoy the atmosphere of the Tour. You will find car parks at the top and the bottom of the city of Rocamadour. Steep and spectacular, the city’s different levels are accessible on foot or by lifts.
On your bike!
Feel like Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome, pedal your way through your holidays!
A low impact means of transport, cycling is not only great for you but also great for the environment.
With gorgeous scenery, reasonable inclines and many quiet roads, the Dordogne Valley ticks all the boxes for an active break on the saddle.
You can rent standard or electric bikes in different places around the Valley and different suggested tours are also available for all levels of fitness.