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Junction 9 Gracay
This is a gastro-walk, and you'll need to leave the A20 at lunchtime to make the most of it! The restaurant is opposite an 11th century church with an improbably twisted spire and charming gardens.
Junction 10 Vatan
It seems a bit unfair to pay just a short visit to this very gracious chateau and the surrounding dog-friendly park - and if you're staying in the area then an afternoon visit is likely to be much...
Junction 13 Tours, St Maur
Châteauroux has some narrow and winding medieval streets around the old chateau (now a government building) where tanners and clothworkers once plied their trades, and at one point in the 12th...
Junction 14 Chatearoux Sud
Forestry Commission sort of dog walk in an enormous forest - dark, damp and delightful.
Junction 19 Celon, Vigoux
If you're hankering for some greenery and open spaces, this lovely walk along a 'green lane' is fantastic for tired drivers and hot hounds alike.
Junction 20 Eguzon, St Bernard d/S
A medieval village, well off the tourist track. You'll find a couple of patisseries and boulangerie, and plenty of medieval period property for sale if you feel like moving!
Junction 24 Bessines, Bersac
This doggiestop has been withdrawn because the pub is now closed. A new place will be added soon.
Junction 25 Rases, St Sylvestre
An ideal place for drivers, dogs and passengers to get out and really enjoy this well planned leisure/activity park. There's loads of space, clean WCs, easy parking and it's a pleasure to visit.
Junction 27 Bonnac la Cote
Pick up some lovely French pastries from the village, and then head down to the lake for a properly long dog walk and some fresh air
Junction 38 Le Vigen, Solignac
The atmospheric ruins of the Château Châlucet make a perfect dog walk and an interesting and varied break from driving, and are well worth a longer visit if you're staying in the area.
Junction 43 Masseret
We were amazed how dog-friendly and relaxing this little village is. The tower on top of the hill in the village is next to a cheerful and welcoming restaurant, with outside tables.
Junction 45 Tulle, Vigeois
This ancient walled medieval town is ideal for a short break from driving.
Junction 45 Tulle, Vigeois
This is a lovely walk on a lakeside path, with shade from the trees in hot weather (or cover from the rain).
Junction 48 Allassac
A little visited village, well off the tourist coach routes and with plenty to interest visitors.
The village dates back well over a thousand years.
Junction 52 Noailles
For a taste of 'real' France, this sleepy little town is well worth discovering - and the lakeside walk is great for dogs.
Junction 53 Cahors
Completely charming village with a very imposing castle perched above it. Well worth a visit, especially if you time your visit for a long French lunch in one of the restaurants!
Junction 55 Souillac
In the heart of the Dordogne valley, this small town has a great combination of good places to eat, charming old buildings and an excellent dog walk too.
Junction 57 Villeneuve., Cahors Centre
The Château is perched on a commanding promontory overlooking deep pine filled valleys.
Junction 58 Villefranche., Cahors Sud
An old town that's steeped in history, good food and quirky old buildings. It's also the regional capital city.
Junction 59 Caussade
A typically French small village of the Midi-Pyrénées region with a château (built between the 11th and 14th centuries) and pretty cottages with streams of colour flowing from their window boxes.