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Great dog walks in France off the D25
Fabulous place for a walk, and lots to see in this unique maritime forest and environs. Just gorgeous. A climb up the lighthouse is great for kids (but no dogs).
Dog swimming from a city beach, and then there's a 2km 'greenway' footpath that will take you into town.
This small settlement between Queensferry and Grangemouth has a lot going on. Three different dog-walks, the chance to visit a famous castle, and a dog-friendly pub.
Dog allowed beaches in France
A nice mix of grass and lovely white sand, and plenty of space for everyone. You'll need to take picnic food and drinks down with you as there are no shops at the beach.
Dogs allowed on the beach in France
Most of this huge sandy beach has dog restrictions, but if you head to the east side you'll find that dogs are welcome all year round.
Enormous beach - long, sandy and without a dog restriction in sight!
Dogs welcome all year round. It's a great beach to walk along - we didn't let Jem swim as there seemed to be quite an undertow and he's not a strong swimmer.
Awesome big skies, and an almost end-of-the-world feel to this marshy beach and forest walk. Good pub with very tasty food.
More than a dog-friendly beach, this is a great place to walk the dog under cooling pine trees and then explore beaches that you're likely to have entirely to yourself.
If seaside time-travel appeals, then a visit to Cayeux is unmissable. The beach huts, neatly lined alongside the long promenade, are pure 1950s and look fantastic.
Another dog friendly beach* on the Cote de Nacre. This is one of the Normandy beaches and this is where the Canadians established a bridgehead in World War II.
Sully Bay lets dogs on the beach all year round, but watch their paws as it's rock and shingle. The coast path is nice and softer on the paws for walkies.