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This short walk gives you the chance to have a look at the village, which drivers totally miss from the road, and it's good for doggie leg-stretching too.
Popular with local dog-walkers, this castle and surrounding landscaped park and woodland seems to get missed off many a tourist guide to the area.
Gorgeous place for walking the dog, having a picnic and breathing in loads of fresh air.
Stunningly pretty little village, and the inn here is one of those lovely locals with great food, walks on the door-step and a fine welcome for well-behaved dogs.
A very handy dog walk to know about if you're staying on the east side of Loch Lomond. Jem loved this one, and so did we - even in the rain.
Junction 9 Azay-le-Rideau (Druye)
This won't be everyone's cup of tea, the town is quite small and there aren't many shops.
The small town of Berck is active all through the year and so you’ll find plenty of open shops and cafes whenever you go. The beach is enormous and hugely popular with dog walkers.
Junction 14 Chatearoux Sud
Forestry Commission sort of dog walk in an enormous forest - dark, damp and delightful.
Ideal for a family stop, this small leisure park has a lake - with safe swimming for children and a slightly old-fashioned but still good fun water slide, a cafe, walks around the lake and a...
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.
The grounds were once part of an abbey, now gone, and the lawned section from the car park to the lake is dogs-on-leads only.
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.