2007 Tour Méd ends in San Remo

The organisers of the Tour Méditerranéen, a UCI-rated 2.1 stage race, have announced the route of the 34th edition of the event next season. Racing around the Southern coastline of France will be under way from February 14-18, starting with a team time trial in Gruissan in the Aude region. From there, the event will take the peloton along the Mediterranean Sea to Agde, and continue eastwards passing through Marseille, Toulon and Hyères. Finally, the race will be completed in Italy's city of San Remo, also the finish of another more famous one-day race. This year, AG2R's Cyril Dessel won the Tour Méditerranéen, five months before he wore the Yellow Jersey at the Tour de France.

The stage details of the 2007 Tour Méditerranéen are:

February 14: Stage 1 - Gruissan - Gruissan (TTT)
February 14: Stage 2 - Gruissan - Agde
February 15: Stage 3 - St Cannat - Marseille
February 16: Stage 4 - Greasque - Toulon
February 17: Stage 5 - La Crau - Hyères
February 18: Stage 6 - Dolceacqua - Sanremo

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