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By this stage of the A7 you will already have driven through the vineyards of the champagne production region, and their discreetly affluent villages.
Junction 34 Pezenas, Agde
The renaissance town of Pézenas is an absolute gem, and a wander through the narrow streets here is a definite driver reviver.
This is a large park, practically an arboretum, and fairly close to the centre of the town.
Near perfect combo of fun for dogs and people at this medieval castle and the enormous hunting forest that surrounds it.
A very quiet village with a Roman church - and baskets of fruit and veg at people's garden gates with honesty boxes.
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.
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.
Loads of oxygen and the sounds of nature in this quiet national forest. It's easy walking, and good for all the family - not just the dog!
Enormous lake, with loads of parking and a sailing centre nearby.
Perfect choice of walks here, in one of France's enormous national forests.
You're likely to have the entire forest to yourself, with just the occasional passing cyclist to spoil the illusion.
If you love your garden and your dog, then this is a dog-stop with real charm. Dogs on leads are welcome and the cafe is also dog-friendly.
A short walk to a tower commemorating the mid-19th century MP Sir Andrew Agnew. Not too much walking to do but dogs will still be entertained and the views are worth a look.