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Forest park with marked trails and plenty for families and dogs to do. Even on a rainy day it's nice here.
Dogs allowed on the beach in France
The beach is divided, and the dog-friendly section is to the left (as you look at the sea).
An extraordinary spot at the very tip of the Somme estuary, and the chance to eat fish with the fishermen in the village. Unlimited space for dogs to run in.
Sainte Cecile is a popular summer resort with plenty going on in season. If you're juggling the needs of family, dog and friends then this is a good bet to keep everyone happy.
Junction 24 Crecy
A visit to Crécy wouldn't be complete without a small detour to experience at first hand a king's eye view of the famous battlefield where an outnumbered, but not out-classed, Anglo-Welsh army...
The name of Omaha beach is well known because of the Normandy landings, and there is a large American cemetery on the way to the beach (no dogs in there).
Short coastal path walk to a former lighthouse - now a restaurant where dogs are made welcome!
Perfect choice of walks here, in one of France's enormous national forests.
You're likely to have the entire forest to yourself, with just the occasional passing cyclist to spoil the illusion.
Long stretch of beach that's a really useful place to stop just off the M1 near Dublin as well as just a popular doggie walk if you're staying in the area.
Dogs with a taste for privilege past and present will enjoy a stroll around a medieval castle keep. It's an atmospheric site and great for visits with kids and/or dogs.
An outstanding, blow your socks off historic watermill on the banks of the Great Ouse.
A Travelodge motel with a small country park literally on the doorstep, and really close for Heathrow if you need to stay over to pick someone up and have the dog with you.