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This walk takes you into a bit of a timewarp. The very village with its thatched cottages has been around for literally ages, and even the pub is a converted barn.
Traditional pub with a good local reputation. Dogs are welcome in the bar (not the restaurant).Well worth phoning ahead to book a table as the bar is quite small.
This is a village with an ancient past, and easily missed by drivers on the busy A38.
Much more than a pitstop off the A38, gardeners, shoppers, dogs and kids will all find something very special here.
Once you've got to the car park the woodland and river are pure delight. There's lots of wildlife - look out for red squirrels - and a lovely walk along the river.
Junction 10 Dieppe, Forges
If you're looking for an 'away from it all' walk with the dog - this is it! A massive forest where you're unlikely to see anyone else at all.
A lovely place to walk with the dog and, although Moore Hall House is no more (it was burned down in the early 1900s) the story behind it is interesting.
Junction 18 Mont de Marsan
The village is on the Santiago de Compostela pilgrims' footpath, and has more restaurants to refresh tired walkers than you might expect.
This 45-60 minute walk manages to get in most of the dramatic events of the Camargue region in one go! ...
Junction 5 Les Essarts - Les Herbiers
Architecturally the town of Les Essarts can’t be described as picturesque and yet strangers receive a warm welcome, which gives the town considerable charm. Their tour de france murals were huge.
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 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.