Stage 20 of the Tour de France will roll through La Clusaz, St Jean de Sixt, Le Grand Bornand and Chinaillon before ending in Morzine. On 23rd July 2016, Tour de France cyclists will battle the mountains in what's sure to be a thrilling day before the finalé in Paris.
The last few days are often the most gripping, with riders pushing their limits to gain the lead. The steep and varied terrain provides all sorts of opportunities for riders to overtake.
Many of our chalets are on the roads that the cyclists will take or are close enough to provide spectacular views directly from the balcony. You can enjoy watching the action while sipping on a cool drink in a deck chair.
We also have a large selection of chalets in walking distance of the route or within easy reach of the action. Enjoying a stay in the Alps during summer is amazing. The Tour de France race makes the stay unbeatable.
Stage 20 begins in Megeve, where cyclists will warm up on their way to Flumet before climbing steadily up the Col des Aravis and descending into into La Clusaz and Saint Jean de Sixt. They will then pass through Le Grand Bornand and head up Col de la Colombière — the second of four gruelling ascents during Stage 20. Spectators waiting to watch the excitement of the cyclists racing each other will first be treated to a procession of floats, music, and free Tour de France memorabilia, making the experience fun for the whole family.