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Junction 48 Allassac
A little visited village, well off the tourist coach routes and with plenty to interest visitors.
The village dates back well over a thousand years.
Junction 17 Liposthey
An enjoyable walk through a pine forest, with a crêperie on hand for the hungry.
As well as a fab dog walk place, the forest here is steeped in history.
Junction 22 Bram
A almost timeless walk along the canal. Calm, tranquil and as relaxing as you could wish.
On a sunny day it's really lovely here. The walk goes partly along the banks of the River Moy and then around the grounds of Belleek Manor (now a hotel).
A lovely place to walk with the dog and, although Moore Hall House is no more (it was burned down in the early 1900s) the story behind it is interesting.
Junction 58 Villefranche., Cahors Sud
An old town that's steeped in history, good food and quirky old buildings. It's also the regional capital city.
A small town with a choice of two excellent walking routes along the canal, and a number of small shops and cafes nearby for snacks and refreshment.
The splendid Château Royal de Durtal completely dominates the Loir river and dates back to the 11th century when it was the stronghold of Fulk the Black.
This is a particularly useful stop for campervans, as there's a large field for campervans and campers right next to a lake (summer only).
Several walks to choose from here - all good for dogs - and a really interesting place to visit as well.
Gorgeous forest dog walks in Ballycuggaran. It's a huge space and there are a couple of marked trails to help you navigate.
The trees are a mix of firs and larch, and oaks and ash too.