STAGE 1

STAGE 2

STAGE 3

STAGE 4

STAGE 5

STAGE 6

STAGE 7

TECHNICAL INFO

THE ROUTE

The route of the TTT is composed of two virtually straight sectors, rolling along the two lanes of the same road. Halfway, the route takes a “square turn” around a block. The course runs straight for 9.5 km, and then reaches Forte dei Marmi, with three left-hand bends marking the turning point and leading back to the promenade, where split time is taken at km 10.7. The route runs along the Forte dei Marmi seafront for 11 km, and then heads back to Lido di Camaiore.

FINAL KILOMETRES

The last 5 kilometres roll along flat, straight roads (southbound). With 1,200 metres to the finish, a right/left S-shaped curve on narrowed roadway, leading to the 1-km long home straight, marks the only complication. The finish line is on 6.5-m wide, asphalted roadway.

TOURIST INFO

Lido di Camaiore is one of the most popular and best-equipped seaside resorts in Europe. Its lovely golden sand beach, stretching between Marina di Pietrasanta and Viareggio, is washed by the Ligurian Sea. The city is conveniently located to explore the charming Tuscan countryside, and is an excellent starting point towards the major tourist destinations and art heritage cities in Tuscany and Liguria. The elegant promenade, lined with beach resorts, restaurants and shops, is the hallmark of the town, and the iconic Bellavista Vittoria pier offers a stunning view over the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Apuan Alps, just behind. Sports enthusiasts will love the many beach activities and the long cycle track running from Viareggio to Forte dei Marmi. The hilly inland area is a major destination for hiking, biking and horse riding among the lush greenery, while the mountains (within short driving distance) offer a variety of routes. Lido di Camaiore has often been Giro d’Italia finish city in 1997, in 2002 and in 2007, and currently hosts the opening stage of the Tirreno-Adriatico.