Tour de France
The Tour de France is the world’s most famous cycling competition, and a great event for cyclists and spectators alike. First held in 1903, today it is one of France’s most exciting annual events, covering 3,600 kilometres and lasting for three weeks. As the course changes every year, you need to keep up to date with the villages passed en route, but one of the most beautiful places the Tour de France usually travels through is the medieval town of Dinan, in Brittany. With plenty of farmhouses, cottages and gites in the area, why not celebrate the world’s greatest cyclists as well as enjoying the area’s beautiful surroundings?