See you in Nice for the Grand Départ of the Tour de France 2020
Book accommodation in Nice for the start of the 2020 Tour
From €458.50 au lieu de
€655 pour un séjour d'une semaine at the residence Le Lido from 25/09 to 02/10.
Want to attend the start of the Tour de France in Nice this year? Take the opportunity and treat yourself to a getaway with family or friends on the French Riviera. Book your accommodation for the 2020 Tour de France now. Stay in a Nemea holiday residence in the Alpes-Maritimes and have a front row seat for the start of the Tour.
T3/6pers P+ 6 guests
Aussi bien pour vos étapes d'affaires que pour vos vacances, cette
résidence hôtelière avec piscine intérieure chauffée et salle de
fitness vous propose 88 logements entièrement équipés et meublés pour
votre confort, du studio au 2 pièces pouvant accueillir de 1 à 4
Experience the intensity of the Tour de France
Front row seats in Nice for the Grand Départ of the Tour
Imagine: on Saturday 27 June 2020, the riders set off into the backcountry surrounding Nice for the first stage of the 2020 Tour de France. You stand on the roadside, delighted at the prospect of the peloton arriving, ready and eager to cheer on the cyclists.
Whether you're a cycling enthusiast or not, watching the Tour de France pack pass by is always a spectacle that is full of emotion. The excitement surrounding the most famous French sporting event in the world leaves no one indifferent.
A stay in the Alpes-Maritimes marked by sport and relaxation
Nice, Cannes, Saint-Raphaël, Cagnes-sur-Mer... The Alpes-Maritimes offer a wide range of watersports, seaside and even equestrian activities. There is no shortage of cultural and sporting activities.
If you like to travel at your own pace, take the coastal road (D6098) from Saint-Raphaël to Menton. Fall under the spell of the medieval city of Cagnes-sur-Mer and stroll through one of the colourful markets, typical of the South of France. In Old Nice, don't miss the flower market at Cours Saleya - it is considered one of the most exceptional French markets.
Lovers of art and fine architecture? Visit the Renoir Museum, the last home of the famous painter, which offers a breathtaking panorama stretching as far as Cap d'Antibes.