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Popular and dog-friendly inn in the winter and summer. This area is full of ancient remains and artefacts from the earliest of times, and there's a burial chamber just around the corner.
Dog swimming from a city beach, and then there's a 2km 'greenway' footpath that will take you into town.
Said to be the biggest sand dune system in Europe, and part of the national park, this is completely extraordinary. Too huge by far to be able to photograph, it's a 'must see' of the natural world.
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).
Awesome big skies, and an almost end-of-the-world feel to this marshy beach and forest walk. Good pub with very tasty food.
Award-winning dining pub with a relaxed atmosphere and estuary views.
Dogs welcome on the beach here - and the normal rules apply: on lead, and please pick up! Out of season you're likely to have the beach to yourself and other dog-walkers.
Junction 40 Sales le Ch, Leucate
Long sandy beach that's almost completely deserted out of season, and relatively peaceful even in the school holidays.
Enormous beach - long, sandy and without a dog restriction in sight!
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.
Junction 26 Le Touquet
Beaches where dogs are allowed France ...
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.