The 1988 Paris–Nice was the 46th edition of the Paris–Nice cycle race and was held from 6 March to 15 March 1988. The race started in Paris and finished at the Col d'Èze. The race was won by Sean Kelly of the Kas team.
|Dates||8–13 March 1988|
|Distance||1,035.6 km (643.5 mi)|
|Winning time||27h 27' 01"|
|1||8 March||Villefranche-sur-Saône to Saint-Étienne||194 km (121 mi)||Sean Yates (GBR)|
|2||9 March||Saint-Étienne to Valréas||200 km (120 mi)||Søren Lilholt (DEN)|
|3||10 March||Salon-de-Provence to Toulon/Mont Faron||179 km (111 mi)||Andrew Hampsten (USA)|
|4||11 March||Toulon to Saint-Tropez||175 km (109 mi)||Etienne De Wilde (BEL)|
|5||12 March||Saint-Tropez to Mandelieu-la-Napoule||167 km (104 mi)||Patrice Esnault (FRA)|
|6a||13 March||Mandelieu to Nice||100 km (62 mi)||Andreas Kappes (FRG)|
|6b||Nice to Col d'Èze||10 km (6.2 mi)||Individual time trial||Sean Kelly (IRL)|
|Final general classification|
- "Paris-Nice (Pro Tour-Historic)". BikeRaceInfo. Retrieved 19 November 2017.
- "46ème Paris-Nice 1988". Memoire du cyclisme. Archived from the original on 18 August 2004.
- "Roche, con molestias en la rodilla, saldra para probarse" [Roche, with discomfort in the knee, will go out to prove himself] (PDF). El Mundo Deportivo (in Spanish). 8 March 1988. p. 47. Retrieved 9 March 2020.
- "1988 Paris - Nice". First Cycling. Retrieved 19 November 2017.
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