Eurosport will be showing all four stages live from Thursday through Sunday, starting at 3pm CEST. Days one and two will be broadcast through ES1; stages three and four will, in turn, head to ES2 due to the Le Mans 24 Hours.
There will be 10-6-4″ available at every finish, with 3-2-1″ up for grabs at intermediate sprints.
Under its former name (Route du Sud), Eusebio Unzué’s squads have won the race five times: 1998 (De las Cuevas), 2000 (Brozyna), 2011 (Kiryienka) and two GC victories by Nairo Quintana in 2012 and 2016. There’s more info available on our website’s History section.