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Very large forest in what was once the Powerscourt Estate. Now it's managed by Coillte and everyone can enjoy the walks and views here.
Glorious heathland on the Norfolk/Suffolk border. The River Ouse is nearby, and this is a great place for short or long walks.
Junction 30 Dry Drayton Interchange
Village pub with good cafe menu in a pub ambience. Dogs are welcome and the garden is quite large. The walk is very short and boisterous dogs will feel cheated. Less than a mile from the A14.
Gorgeous circular walk in a part of the forest that was a favoured hunting ground of Charles the 10th. And plenty of opportunity for refreshment in Rambouillet afterwards.
This is a forest park that's famous worldwide for its trees and arboretum.
Junction 26 Le Touquet
Beaches where dogs are allowed France ...
If seaside time-travel appeals, then a visit to Cayeux is unmissable. The beach huts, neatly lined alongside the long promenade, are pure 1950s and look fantastic.
A lovely, secluded walk along the cliff tops and overlooking one of the scenes of the Normandy landings in 1944. Now it is glorious walking country with magnificent views across the English Channel.
One of the prettiest fishing villages in France, with houses and walls festooned with traditional fishing nets. An explore of the narrow pedestrian lanes in the old town is a delight.
Enjoy a coastal walk in this atmospheric part of the Cherbourg peninsula. It's a rocky pathway and an exciting place to be. The lighthouse is a distinctive landmark.
Absolutely perfect place for a dog walk if you're heading from Cherbourg towards Granville/Mont St Michel.
Gorgeous walk for familes, with or without the dog, through the forest to the remains of a pre-historic settlement.