This final stage is a hilly course starting and finishing in Nice.
This mountain stage includes a Category 1 climb at La Colmiane.
A hilly stage with a Category 1 climb at the Cote de Cabris.
A bunch sprint looks likely in the mainly flat fifth stage through the Rhone Valley.
The hilly fourth stage sees the peloton climb Mont Brouilly twice.
This stage is an individual time trial on flat terrain around Gien.
The riders take on a flat stage, but crosswinds could trouble the sprinters.
The riders face a hilly start to the 2021 race with plenty of short climbs.
The Queen Stage of Paris-Nice, 166.5km across mountainous terrain.
Highlights as the riders take on six intermediate climbs over the 160.5km stage.
The race heads south on its longest stage, 227km from Gannat to La Cote-Saint-Andre.
A 15.1km individual time trial in Saint-Amand-Montron.
The riders continue to head south in a 212.5km race.
The peloton heads south for a 166.5km ride from Chevreuse to Chalette-sur-Loing.
Highlights of Stage One of the 78th edition of the Paris-Nice race.