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When the dog needs greenery and trees rather than sand and sea, this circular reservoir walk is a good option.
There's also a field for children's games, and swings etc for younger children.
Don't be put off by the nerdy idea of a tram museum - this is an award winning day out, with a built-in walk and an amazing reconstruction of a village using 'found' buildings from far and wide.
Created on the flood plain of the Great Ouse river, this is a great place to walk your dog. It's popular with local dog walkers and well-supplied with poo-bins.
Calm and peaceful woodland close to the M180 Junction 4. Dog-friendly pub nearby with honest, home-made food.
A very straightforward walk to follow - there and back along the riverbank - with the chance to spot wildlife along the way.
Awesome big skies, and an almost end-of-the-world feel to this marshy beach and forest walk. Good pub with very tasty food.
Dogs allowed on the beach in France
Most of this huge sandy beach has dog restrictions, but if you head to the east side you'll find that dogs are welcome all year round.
Dogs allowed on the beach - France
Beach is good for dogs all year round. Head for the west side, past the old hospital. There's also free parking at this side.
Great dog walks and beaches in France.
St Valery is a pretty, and welcoming market town with a good walk on a hard-surfaced promenade around the headland.
If you like quirky historical factoids, Wissant deserves a moment of your time.
Junction 6 Foucarmont
A chance to take a break from the driving and get lungfuls of clean forest air. This is a quiet and peaceful forest, with plenty of space for dogs to have a good dash around.
Junction 28 Isques
The maritime forest is well-used by local dog walkers, and those we met were very keen to stop for doggie chats and to tell us how marvellous the forest is for dogs.