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An interesting walk to enjoy the rather magnificent 'Devil's Bridge' overlooking the Ardeche river. Legend has it that the devil took a hand in designing the 17m high bridge, made out of basalt.
A dog-friendly country pub with a large car park and easy access from the Evesham Road.
A dog-friendly country inn with dog walks just a short way from the M62. Expect a friendly welcome from the new management here. Good for families and it's also a handy motorhome stopover.
This is a dog-friendly beach and perfect for a dog walk before getting onto a ferry to Arran or further afield. There are no dog restrictions and the beach is sandy.
Large sandy beach with no dog restrictions. Easy to park and get to from the A83.
A very good local dog walk with no livestock and endless tracks to walk on. It is a working forest so be prepared to divert and avoid timber works.
A super-easy stop with the dog off the A75 with clean public toilets, a dog walk with swimming, and tourist info all direct from the free car car park.
An easy dog walk up to a monument, not celebrating a military hero for once but a local shepherd lad who became a respected academic in Edinburgh. Kudos indeed.
A short woodland stroll with the dog will bring you to a curious collection of early Christian signs and a glimpse too of the very rich history of the area.
An easy walk to find as it's just off the main road. During the tourist season it's one of the few places where dogs can run free away from sheep, and also have a swim.
This is just one of the beaches on Skye where you can see actual dinosaur footprints embedded in the rock. The trick is to be able to spot them.
Gentle woodland dog walks with signed paths and easy gradients. Even in hot weather dogs can stay cool here, and when it's raining you get some shelter from the elements.