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Tour De France

Tour De France

The second stage of the route crosses Cervia and Milano Marittima on 30th June.

The Tour de France starts from Italy

The first edition of the historic race was born in 1903 and in 2024 it crosses the finish line of 111 editions.

For the first time the tour startes from Italy and features Emilia Romagna as a protagonist.

Three stages are planned:

  • Florence-Rimini (29th June),

  • Cesenatico-Bologna (3th June),

  • Piacenza-Turin (1st July).


The route starts from Piazzale Michelangelo, the heart of  Florence and the Italian Renaissance, and arrives in Turin, the first capital of Italy, through Emilia Romagna and the Via Emilia, the ancient roman consular road that connects Rimini and Piacenza.

Italy's great cyclists

Each stage is designed to honour an Italian cyclist who achieved important victories in the history of the Tour.

It starts with Ottavio Bottecchia, the first Italian winner of the Tour in 1924, while Florence means Gino Bartali and Gastone Nencini; Cesenatico the Pirate Marco Pantani and finally Pinerolo (Turin) Fausto Coppi.

 Tour de France 2024, Grand Départ from Italy

Cervia will be the protagonist on 30th June, in the second stage

The peloton will ride from Cesenatico. The first part of the route is urban, with the start scheduled for noon in front of the Cesenatico stadium.

The peloton will cross the city at reduced speed and from the railway station square reach the Grazia Deledda Promenade.

The passage and km 0 are planned in Cervia, in the city of salt.

After 25 km of plain, the riders arrive in Ravenna, the city of mosaics and Dante Alighieri. Then the route touchs Russi, Faenza, the city of ceramics, then Brisighella, Riolo, Imola, Castel San Pietro Terme and Bologna.

Tour de France 2024, details of the second stage


A total route of over 600 km with three race stages that cross much of central-northern Italy before arriving at the border with France.

You can consult the official websites Tour de France Grand Départ 2024 and


In Cervia, the route crosses the four coastal towns of Tagliata, Pinarella, Cervia and Milano Marittima as well as Savio.

The streets involved are:

Via Pinarella, Via Sicilia, Viale Italia, Viale De Amicis, Lungomare Deledda, Lungomare D'Annunzio, Via N. Sauro, Ponte Mobile, Via Delle Paratoie, Viale Oriani, Viale Due Giugno, Via XIX Traversa, Viale Matteotti, Viale Nullo Baldini, Via Romea Nord.

Cervia, mappa percorso Tour de France 30 giugno 2024



The plan of the alternative road network, on the day the Tour de France passes through, is available on the website of the Municipality of Cervia.


Sunday 30th June 2024

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