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A longer walk, and an alternative to the country park for people and dogs who really want to stride out.
Junction 53 Cahors
Completely charming village with a very imposing castle perched above it. Well worth a visit, especially if you time your visit for a long French lunch in one of the restaurants!
Definitely worth leaving the autoroute to explore this tiny medieval village, with a couple of very appetising boulangerie / patisserie, a deer park and enticingly dozey atmosphere.
Junction 27 Bonnac la Cote
Pick up some lovely French pastries from the village, and then head down to the lake for a properly long dog walk and some fresh air
A real oasis of tranquillity, with a fairytale chateau complete with Rapunzel towers and a dog-friendly garden that smells fabulous.
The splendid Château Royal de Durtal completely dominates the Loir river and dates back to the 11th century when it was the stronghold of Fulk the Black.
Junction 59 Caussade
A typically French small village of the Midi-Pyrénées region with a château (built between the 11th and 14th centuries) and pretty cottages with streams of colour flowing from their window boxes.
A winning combo of beach and woodland walking.
A Grade 2 listed, dog-friendly coaching inn sounds perfect for a doggiestop. You'll find loads of atmosphere (a ghost too apparently!), great food or just a coffee, and walks on the doorstep.
The real deal of a village pub, with a big welcome for dogs in the Public bar and outside at the comfy large tables. And the walk to a national centre for lavender is a delight.
Great place for a dog walk in the forest.
Wow - crisp air, big views and dogs' delight.