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Junction 28 Isques
The maritime forest is well-used by local dog walkers, and those we met were very keen to stop for doggie chats and to tell us how marvellous the forest is for dogs.
Junction 27 Neufchatel-Hardelot
Loosely attached to the small town of Neufchâtel-Hardelot this seaside resort has something of an English feel to it.
Junction 31 Boulogne Centre
Once a royal hunting preserve, today the forest of Boulogne is over 2,000 hectares of fabulously cooling greenery.
Junction 24 Crecy
A visit to Crécy wouldn't be complete without a small detour to experience at first hand a king's eye view of the famous battlefield where an outnumbered, but not out-classed, Anglo-Welsh army...
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.
Delightful walk along a broad waterside path.
Atmospheric medieval castle ruins, with a long and very human history of tragedy, revenge and conniving.
Enjoy a coastal walk in this atmospheric part of the Cherbourg peninsula. It's a rocky pathway and an exciting place to be. The lighthouse is a distinctive landmark.
Gorgeous walk for familes, with or without the dog, through the forest to the remains of a pre-historic settlement.
Perfect choice of walks here, in one of France's enormous national forests.
You're likely to have the entire forest to yourself, with just the occasional passing cyclist to spoil the illusion.
Long stretch of beach that's a really useful place to stop just off the M1 near Dublin as well as just a popular doggie walk if you're staying in the area.
The ideal solution for hot dogs, squabbling kids and over-heated drivers is a stroll in these cool, shady woods. A small rivulet gives dogs an ice-cold drink or paw wash. Jem here is doing both.