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Mullaghmeen is a gorgeous forest with a mix of broad leaf trees and a collection of native trees. Definitely not one of those forests of endless pines.
Popular woodland with forest trails that are easy to follow, and great for dogs.
The monument to Master McGrath that you pass on the way celebrates a famous greyhound who was born here in the woods.
Big outdoor playspace for kids of all ages, just don't get caught in the brilliant adventure playground! Lots of dog-walking paths in the forest.
Dog walking places in Ireland
The trail here has been created by Failte and it's makes a good 4.5km circular walk, with good views as you go.
This is a large park, practically an arboretum, and fairly close to the centre of the town.
A very quiet village with a Roman church - and baskets of fruit and veg at people's garden gates with honesty boxes.
After it's been raining, this is a glorious walk through conifers exuding that fabulous scent of damp pine. And the River Finn is just below you - gurgling away happily.
Dogs will love it here and there's also plenty for people to do, with a helpful visitor centre to help you decide what to see.
Flagmount's quite a popular place for traditional pursuits - and the lake has a gorgeous white sandy beach.
There's a choice of walks, and on a good day a potter by the lake is just great.
Fantastically beautiful place, and good for dogs too. Take a picnic and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature around the lake.
Mulroy Bay is lovely.
Junction 22 Abbeville Centre
St Riquier is a charming small town with historic buildings, cafes and shops surrounding the central square. There's also a vet in the centre, and he speaks very good English.
Junction 26 Le Touquet
Montreuil's claim to fame is that Victor Hugo used the town as the setting for 'Les Miserables'.