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You don't need to be a keen gardener to enjoy a walk in this almost tropical environment.
Recognised as one of France's prettiest villages, it's definitely worth having a look around the village and gathering picnic supplies before heading down the hill to the river and a dog walk.
Enormous sandy beach, with no dog restrictions. This is just one of several beaches in the area, and unusual in that it has disabled facilities.
Several walks to choose from here - all good for dogs - and a really interesting place to visit as well.
Easy going trail through woodland that was once part of the Castledurrow Estate. The 'castle' is now a stylish venue for weddings etc.
Short walk - but the big attraction here is the viewing rock. Apparently you can see lots of South Dublin and Wicklow, providing it's not raining which does limit the possibilities!
Junction 37 Narbonne
The walk here is perfectly placed to give everyone (and the dog) a leg-stretch on a purpose made leisure path.
The leafy glades of the Forest of Tournehem give welcome shade to walkers in summer and form a very effective natural umbrella on wet days.
The site of this village is perhaps one of the most poignant reminders of the way this region was practically laid waste during WW1.
We were expecting to find this pretty village to be surrounded by fields of lavender, and were looking forward to one of the most fragrant walk experiences ever.
Junction 33 Balaruc-le-Vieux
A popular spa resort, this small town is surprisingly good for dogs. The beach at the casino end of the town is far from crowded and we saw several dogs taking to the water here.
Junction 21 Castelnaudary
A lovely combination of a walk alongside the enormous Grand Bassin of the Canal du Midi, and the chance to see this typically French town and pick up picnic supplies or just enjoy a leisurely coffee...