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Junction 38 St Inglevert
As well as clear and easy walking paths for an excellent walk with the dog, this forest is famous for 'Blanchard's Column'.
Junction 24 Thouarc
This is a gorgeously medieval and dog-friendly village and officially called an 'artists village'. The buildings are really interesting to browse around, and the tourist office is extremely helpful.
The medieval timbered Old Town of Troyes is well worth stopping to explore - and many UK drivers choose to stop here overnight in one of the several dog-friendly hotels Finding a park for the dog is...
Dogs allowed on the beach here all year round, and it's a grand place for doggie swimming.
The dog-friendly beach is scattered with big rocks, and is sandy. The car park is a shortish walk from the clifftop, and then a steep scamble down a lot of steps to reach the beach.
A set of spooky stone circles and atmospheric moorland makes this a fine place for a walk with the dog at any time of the year.
Reservoir walk on a well-defined path with no stiles and no chance of sheep. Lovely off-lead scampering for the dogs.
Sandy beach with loads of dog walking space. Dogs are allowed all year, with an on-lead rule in high summer.
This seems a rather strange place to take the dog for a walk but, with over 90km of paths to explore, even the most energetic dog will be able to run itself to a standstill.
Plenty of running space for dogs here, with just a few restrictions in the summer at the National Trust end of the beach.
These woods have been here since Anglo Saxon times and are a tranquil place to get away from it all. Dogs will love it.
Dog friendly beach.