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It's not every day that you get the chance to both visit a top UNESCO heritage site, and the dog can go too.
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!
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
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.
Junction 55 Souillac
In the heart of the Dordogne valley, this small town has a great combination of good places to eat, charming old buildings and an excellent dog walk too.
There's something here to please all the family, and the dog definitely gets a good deal too!
The outdoor museum is a popular attraction for anyone interested in military history, however remotely.
A longer walk, and an alternative to the country park for people and dogs who really want to stride out.
A very good doggie pitstop just off the A496. And worth a much longer explore if you're staying in the area.
Popular woodland with some great views over the city and the River Exe. If you're a fan of Jane Austen, this the area where the Dashwoods were 'exiled' in Sense and Sensibility.
Remote and slightly spooky dog walk next to the satellite tracking dishes.
Very remote Forestry Commission plantation. There are no stiles, and few people around.
A fine pub, created from a former water mill and you can still see the immense working water wheel powered by the River Avon.