From 2390€/pers

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Perfectly based in the historic city of Lourdes, you will ride iconic Tour de France passes such as Tourmalet, Aubisque, Soulor, Hautacam and Luz-Ardiden. This Classic French Pyrenees cycling tour takes you into the legend of road cycling and into unique natural sites. Discover green landscapes, steep valleys, in which men have lived for centuries, In the heart of the Pyrenees. Lourdes is famous thanks to the sanctuary of our Lady of Lourdes which welcomes pilgrims and visitors from around the world throughout the year. Come and explore this unique world site and enjoy an unforgettable experience.

Day 1 : Welcome to the Pyrenees

We will meet you at the Toulouse airport at a predetermined time before transferring you to your hotel in Lourdes. In the afternoon we will take the opportunity to introduce you to the program, adjust your bike and explore the city of Lourdes. 

Meals: Dinner

Accomodation: Grand Hotel Gallia & Londres 4* – Lourdes

Leaving the Atlantic coast behind us, we enter the interior for a 100% Basque country day. We cross Sare, Ainhoa, Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, villages classified among the most beautiful in France. It is after this last one that the first big passes of the trip appear: Burdincurutcheta (1135 m) and Bagargiak (1327 m) follow each other in the last third of this first stage across the Pyrenees.


Meals: Breakfast · Picnic / Lunch · Dinner

Route: Option 1 : 75 km / 1600 m Elevation Gain – Option 2 : 105 km / 2500 m Elevation Gain

Accomodation: Grand Hotel Gallia & Londres 4* – Lourdes


The Hautacam station has been on several occasions a stage arrival of the Tour de France. At each pedal stroke, panoramic views of the Argelès Valley, the Val d’Azun and the peaks of the Vignemale massif will help you to reach the end of this climb! At the top, take a break to enjoy the panorama before setting off for a magical descent of more than 16 km!

Meals: Breakfast · Picnic / Lunch · Dinner

Route: Option 1 : 60 km / 1550 m Elevation Gain – Option 2 : 105 km / 2600 m Elevation Gain

Accomodation: Grand Hotel Gallia & Londres 4* – Lourdes

Col du Tourmalet (16.5km at 7.5% / alt.2115m) is the most used climb in the Tour de France. 2019 was be the 87th time it has been used. It is in 1913 in Sainte-Marie-de-Campan, at the foot of the Tourmalet that Eugene Christophe somehow managed to fix his broken fork. After a long descent towards, the ascent of Luz-Ardiden (14.7 km at 6.9% / alt.1720m) and its wonderful switchbacks awaits for us. In 2011, Thomas Voeckler gave it all to save his yellow jersey, superbly lead by his teammate Pierre Rolland. 

Meals: Breakfast · Picnic / Lunch · Dinner

Route: Option 1 : 60 km / 2100 m Elevation Gain – Option 2 : 95 km / 3150 m Elevation Gain

Accomodation: Grand Hotel Gallia & Londres 4* – Lourdes

It’s the end of this bike tour in the Pyrenees with Veymont Travel. After breakfast your guide will take you to Toulouse airport. 

Meals: Breakfast



  • 4 nights in 4* hotel in double occupancy


  • 4 breakfasts
  • 3 picnics / lunches
  • 4 dinners
  • Sport nutrition for every day of cycling


  • 1 guide-driver with van who supports the group all along the tour


  • 3 bike rides


  • Garmin GPS rental : 1 for 4 pers.
  • 2 bottles
  • 1 Veymont Travel cycling jersey

Support & Transfer

  • Transfer of people
  • Transfer of luggages
  • Transfer of bikes
  • Mechanical assistance
  • Pick up and drop off at predeterminated places
Non Inclus
Séjour Liberté
  • Travel and repatriation insurance
  • Plane/train tickets and transportation to/from predetermined pick up/drop off locations
  • Accomodation before and after the stay
  • Personnal effetcs purchased during the stay
  • Activities not planned by Veymont Travel
  • Meals not mentionned in the “meals” section
  • Wine and dinks in bars, hotels and restaurants
  • Bike rental
  • Cycling guide

Guaranteed departure from 4 participants. Less than 4? More than 8? Contact-us

In option:

  • Bike rental and equipment
  • Room in Single occupation
  • Cycling guide