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Dogs will love a walk in this huge forest. It's quiet and peaceful and you're unlikely to meet anyone else. It's a relaxing spot for a motorway break.
Junction 28 Isques
No dog restrictions on this lovely sandy beach, and it's plenty big enough to get Fido's little legs tired out.
There can be few things better than a dog friendly beach with no restrictions.
Absolutely perfect place for a dog walk if you're heading from Cherbourg towards Granville/Mont St Michel.
The official space for dogs to walk on the beach here is not generous.
A relaxing place to take a break, with a grassy area and also shade under the trees. For dogs who are a bit nervous of the water, there's a gentle slope down for easy paddling.
A fabulous wood for a dog walk, with several interesting historic moments to look out for too. Very safe for dogs and kids, and easily walkable from the town if you're staying nearby.
Dogs will love a big scamper in the forest here, and people get to enjoy a section of the Kintyre Way and some outstanding views.
This may be a bit Marmite, but what could be more exciting than a dog walk at the start of the massive engineering feat that is the Caledonian Canal? It goes all the way to Inverness and the North Sea...
A popular place to take a break as you can see the castle long before you reach the car park. The castle is thought to have been built around 1590 by the Clan MacLeod.
A chance to enjoy a section of the Speyside Way with the dog in remote countryside. No facilities, but the small town of Tomintoul isn't far away.
A very useful place to stop with everything you need and a dog walk within easy reach of the village car park.