Vuelta 2023 route revealed, with a finish at Tourmalet and Angliru

Step

August 26. 1st step: Barcelona – Barcelona (14.6 km time trial by team)
August 27. 2nd step: Mataro – Barcelona (181.3 km)
August 28. 3rd step: Suria – Arinsal-Andorra (158.5 km)
August 29. 4th step: Andorra la Vella – Tarragona (183.4 km)
August 30. 5th step: Morella-Burriana (185.7 km)
31 August. 6th step: La Vall d’Uixo – Javalambre Observatory (181.3 km)
1 September. 7th step: Utiel – Oliva (188.8 km)
September 2. 8th step: Denia – Xorret de Cati (164 km)
September 3. 9th step: Cartagena – Caravaca de la Cruz (180.9 km)
September 4th. Transfer and rest in Valladolid
5th of September. 10th step: Valladolid – Valladolid (25 km cm in.)
September 6. 11th step: Lerma – Laguna Negra (163.2 km)
September 7. 12th step: Olvega – Zaragoza (165.4 km)
September 8. 13th step: Formigal – Col du Tourmalet (134.7 km)
September 9. 14th step: Sauveterre de BĂ©arn – Larra-Belagua (161.7 km)
September 10. 15th step: Pamplona – Lekunberri (156.5 km)
September 11: Rest in Cantabria
September 12: 16th stage: Liencres – Bejes (119.7 km)
September 13: 17th stage: Ribadesella – Alto de l’Angliru (122.6 km)
September 14: 18th stage: Pola de Allande – La Cruz de Linares (178.9 km)
September 15: 19th stage: La Baneza – Iscar (177.4 km)
September 16: 20th stage: Manzanares el Real – Guadarrama (208.4 km)
September 17: 21st stage: Zarzuela Racecourse – Madrid (101 km)

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