Dates to be confirmed, but will be within July 2023.
The contrast of two completely different terrains of France mean the Pyrenees and Provence has always been a popular combination for a tour. Add in a mix of Tour de France action and things could not get anymore tick-box French for this 2023 tour.
We are dictated to by the announcement of the 2023 Tour de France route before we can release full details of this tour. However, we know this concept is what many New Zealand travellers are wanting to return to for 2023. With great interest for 2023 tours already, we have decided to open up bookings for this tour, with the details coming as soon as possible.
What we can tell you, is that it will be July dates. It will be 14 days long. It will include the stunning Pyrenean climbs that we know so well and have a love/hate relationship with. It will include Mt Ventoux and the beautiful Provençal villages, vineyards and lavender fields the surround it. It will include roadside Tour de France action. Will it include you?
The confirmed tour dates and full itinerary will be released as soon as Tour de France route information is available. Tour price is indicative only and will be confirmed when the itinerary is released.
The key locations on tour will be Pyrenees and Provence and the famous roads and climbs that we have come to love so much. Mt Ventoux, Gorges de la Nesque, Col du Tourmalet, Col d’Aspin, Col de Peyresourde, Lac de Cap de Long…..the list goes on.
Airfares, travel insurance and meals unless indicated.
Single room option is available on this tour – an accommodation supplement of $1500 applies.
Rental bikes are available for the 2023 Epic Tours at a cost of $650. These are a full carbon Scott Addict frames with Shimano Ultegra gearing or similar.
The Pyrenees-Provence Tour is limited to a maximum of 14 people.