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This old fortified town has oodles of charm, and there's plenty to look at - even without a visit to the two remaining wings of the château where dogs aren't allowed (entry charges apply).
Firmly planted in the fertile plain of the Garonne river, the town is famous for its marvellous tomatoes. There's even a Tomato Festival here in July each year.
This is a particularly useful stop for campervans, as there's a large field for campervans and campers right next to a lake (summer only).
A small town with a choice of two excellent walking routes along the canal, and a number of small shops and cafes nearby for snacks and refreshment.
Not worth making a detour for, but if you're overnighting in Agen then the towpath is where Fifi goes to be seen of an evening.
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.
You don't need to be a keen gardener to enjoy a walk in this almost tropical environment.
A small country park and water sports centre situated at the confluence of the Tarn and Garonne rivers.
A longer walk, and an alternative to the country park for people and dogs who really want to stride out.
A gentle stroll along the Garonne towpath, and within easy reach of the town and shops.