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Popular in summer, and perfect for a good long walk with the dog. Several trails to choose from, and the scenery is stunning.
Dog walk places in Kilkenny
There are two circular walks in Castlemorris Wood, and both start from the car park opposite the Grand Gates
Varetz is a small town where you'll get a feel for typical life in the Limousin region, as it's by no means a tourist destination.
Junction 39 Sigean
With its characteristic 3-storey houses and narrow winding streets, this is a gem of a little village to amble around.
Junction 24 Thouarc
This is a gorgeously medieval and dog-friendly village and officially called an 'artists village'. The buildings are really interesting to browse around, and the tourist office is extremely helpful.
Mullaghmeen is a gorgeous forest with a mix of broad leaf trees and a collection of native trees. Definitely not one of those forests of endless pines.
This is a large park, practically an arboretum, and fairly close to the centre of the town.
Dog walking places in Ireland
The trail here has been created by Failte and it's makes a good 4.5km circular walk, with good views as you go.
Junction 34 Pezenas, Agde
Cactus and succulents enthusiasts will be thrilled at the sheer number of flowering species here, while the less well informed (like me) will start thinking Desperate Dan at the sight of some very...
Junction 24 Thouarc
This is a delightful dog walk alongside the River Loire and then a stroll through the atmospheric village of Rochefort.
Junction 40 Sales le Ch, Leucate
Long sandy beach that's almost completely deserted out of season, and relatively peaceful even in the school holidays.
Near perfect combo of fun for dogs and people at this medieval castle and the enormous hunting forest that surrounds it.