You can spend the night in hotels, hostels, B&B's or in a tent. Finding a hotel in France becomes more and more difficult every year. Thousands of hotels are closed every year because of the stringent legal regulations.
This is is why we have compiled a list with adresses along the track of all kinds of accommodations, that you can download below. The list comprises campings, gites, hotels, chambres d'hôtes (B&B's), and hostels.
We recommend to reserve an accommodation in the beginning of the afternoon, when you know where you will approximately end up that day.
The list is compiled thanks to contributions of many participants and volunteers. Therefore we cannot guarantee the correctness of the data in the list. We encourage to mail your suggestions and corrections to email@example.com. Together we can keep the list up to date. The list matches all routes from 2010-2018, because they have different km-indications. You may choose the year of your itinerary from one of the columns B..F in the Excel sheets.
Explanation of the columns in the list
|A||Departement: Chambre d’ hotes, Hotels and Gîtes are often categorized per
departement in tourist information.
Also local Office de Tourisme use this classification.
|B,C,D,E,F||Distance, matching the itinerary of the corresponding year of issue.|
||Distance from the route (in km) and direction if the adress is not along the track, but at a certain distance.|
C - Camping
G - Gîte
H - Hotel
J - Youthhostel
K - Chambre d’Hôte (B&B)
T - Table d’Hôte
Using character "F" we also provide addresses of local cycleshops.
The XLSX-version of the list supports a pull-down menu (column H) to select certain accomodation types, so you can print only the applicable list.
||name of the accommodation. If not available, see column P for the owner.|
||Last known price for 1 person in low resp high season|
||Last known price for 2 persons in low resp high season|
||Year of last update. Green numbers indicate positive experiences that participants reported.
The most recent data are of 2017, given in red.
||Comment / or webaddress.|