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A glorious moment for the dogs and drivers to get the legs moving in this near deserted forest, with a well-signed path and every opportunity for a good off-lead scamper under the trees.
Junction 57 Villeneuve., Cahors Centre
The Château is perched on a commanding promontory overlooking deep pine filled valleys.
Relaxed and friendly pub/restaurant with seafood and oysters the speciality. Dogs and kids welcomed in a spirit of continental sanity.
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.
Remote and slightly spooky dog walk next to the satellite tracking dishes.
A small but restful urban park that's a useful dog walking spot from the M2.
This extensive country park manages to satisfy the needs of a multitude of users with no sense of Big Brother control.
Busy dog-friendly pub on the main road and just outside the village. In the village itself you'll find several antique shops and an excellent delicatessen.
Junction 16 Gace
Very relaxed and friendly little town, dominated by the ruins of an abbey. If you're in a campervan, there's a really nice camping set up by the lake.
Junction 13 Brionne (as above)
Perfect place for a family dog walk, with easy paths and a good mix of lakeside and grass.
A pretty walk along the Llangollen canal and a dog-friendly pub for refreshments. The pub snuggles alongside a lock and proudly announces it dates back to 1978.
A warm and welcoming inn that's half in Wales and half in England. They specialise in roasts, and the warm comforting aroma of Sunday lunch (but not just on Sundays) is a joy!