The 2021 Tour de France will start on 26 June 2021 from Brest and finish on 18 July 2021 in Paris.
The complete route is available here.
Traffic restrictions are to be expected, we will update them as they are announced.
For the stages 15 to 21, from 12 to 18 July 2021, which will pass through the Ariège, Haute-Garonne, Gironde and Ile-de-France, the following traffic bans will apply:
- Stage on Tuesday 13 July
Due to the passage of the Tour de France cyclists, national roads 20, 320 and 22 will be closed to traffic in both directions on Tuesday 13 July from 8.30am to 4pm, from Mercus-Gabarret (RN20, just before Tarascon-sur-Ariège) to the Pas de la Case (RN22, Andorra) During this period, the Puymorens tunnel will be closed to traffic, and access to Andorra will be impossible.
It is recommended that transit users avoid this sector, given the major disruptions expected during these two days.
- Stage on Tuesday 14 July
Due to the passage of the Tour de France cyclist, the national road 125 will be closed at the Barbazan crossroads on Wednesday 14 July from 11am to 3pm. HGV traffic will be prohibited on the RN125, in both directions, during the same period.
On the A64, the exit ramps of the Muret Sud interchange (n°33) will be closed between 9H00 and 13H00.
- Stage of 16 July, Mourenx → Libourne:
This stage will go up from the Landes and will cut the districts of Langon and Libourne in two for about 5 hours. The motorway network not affected by the route will be preferred from 11am to 8pm.
A62-A65 to link Bordeaux-Langon-Captieux (D1113 - D10 closed).
A89 to link Bordeaux-Périgueux-Bergerac (D936 - D1089 closed)
- Stage on 17 July, Libourne → St Emilion:
This time trial stage should be the most difficult day in terms of road traffic in the Libourne area with a day classified as "Red" in the departure direction and "Orange" in the return direction.Access roads to the course will be closed from 08:00 to 19:00 approximately. The A89 motorway will remain the preferred route between Bordeaux and Périgueux - Bergerac.
A complete file is available on the prefecture's website.
- Final Stage – 18 July – Chatou (78) → Paris (75)