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A truly enormous forest with 11,000 hectares for outdoor enthusiasts. People come here for the mountain biking, bird watching, and hiking.
This walk is a sure winner for dogs who enjoy a swim, as well as for walkers who like to walk towards a definite destination.
Right in the middle of a very cute village the dog-friendly Bell Inn is a great place for a dog walk followed by a pint and some good pub food.
If you're driving across the East side of France, this 'lost' village is a tranquil place to take a break. It's in a clearing of a vast forest and ideal for a picnic and time out.
The character of Ambleteuse is largely defined by its role in military history, and there’s a magnificent brooding ruin of a fortress on the stony beach.
Junction 16 Gace
Very relaxed and friendly little town, dominated by the ruins of an abbey. If you're in a campervan, there's a really nice camping set up by the lake.
A lovely spot for a break on a hot day, with access to the river from the beer garden and plenty of garden tables. Kids, dogs and everyone will love it here.
Historic dog walkies, river paddling for hot dogs, free parking and several choices for getting take-away refreshments or a dog-friendly pub in the village centre.
Lovely small-scale mill centre with organic shop and bakery, cafe with pretty dog treats, and a walk from the car park.
This handsome 16th century coaching inn is a bit of an understated gem, and the village too has some breathtakingly picturesque moments when you don't expect them.
Hilltop village with a mix of practical and interesting shops, the dog-friendly pub with a popular pizza oven, and a traditional walk.
A choice of easy dog walks from a 16th century coaching inn. Another Devon inn that's much larger on the inside than seems possible from the outside.