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The leafy glades of the Forest of Tournehem give welcome shade to walkers in summer and form a very effective natural umbrella on wet days.
Junction 37 Narbonne
The walk here is perfectly placed to give everyone (and the dog) a leg-stretch on a purpose made leisure path.
Enormous sandy beach, with no dog restrictions. This is just one of several beaches in the area, and unusual in that it has disabled facilities.
Junction 20 Villefranche de L
On a hot day this is a fantastic dog walk on the Canal du Midi towpath. It's peaceful and ideal for a complete break from motorway driving.
Junction 39 Sigean
With its characteristic 3-storey houses and narrow winding streets, this is a gem of a little village to amble around.
The dog walk here is a proper forest walk, not just a tour underground! The pre-historic cave paintings of Lascaux are world famous; so much so that the originals can no longer be visited, as exposure...
Easy going trail through woodland that was once part of the Castledurrow Estate. The 'castle' is now a stylish venue for weddings etc.
Junction 36 Beziers
The force of the water rushing through this flight of nine locks has to be seen to be believed, and it's a brilliant place to de-stress after hours of motorway driving.
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.
Miles of glorious dog walking along the top of the iconic White Cliffs of Dover, and a birds-eye view of the ships weaving their way through the Channel.
Barnaslingan Wood is one of the most popular 'scenic' spots of the area.
Recognised as one of France's prettiest villages, it's definitely worth having a look around the village and gathering picnic supplies before heading down the hill to the river and a dog walk.