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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.
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 6 Bayonne nord
Fabulously friendly tiny city where you'll feel comfortable walking around with the dog - and it's not so crowded that there's any worry about anyone treading on Toutou's paws.
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.
On a sunny day it's really lovely here. The walk goes partly along the banks of the River Moy and then around the grounds of Belleek Manor (now a hotel).
A short circular walk along the bed of a former railway track that's now a mini-arboretum of fruit trees.
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.
This is a particularly useful stop for campervans, as there's a large field for campervans and campers right next to a lake (summer only).
Dog swimming from a city beach, and then there's a 2km 'greenway' footpath that will take you into town.
An enormous forest with a number of trails to choose from, or just to chill out under the trees with a picnic while the dog explores the many scents on offer.
A traditional Yorkshire pub with a reputation for really good food. Easy to find on the A65 and there's a very decent dog walk too.