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One of the better southbound motorway services for dogs, with a reasonable amount of grass and also a small lake. A useful stop for caravans needing easy parking.
A gem of a village that's counted as one of France's prettiest villages; and it's easy to see why. Well worth a visit if you're staying in the area - and a complete bonus as a motorway break.
We were expecting to find this pretty village to be surrounded by fields of lavender, and were looking forward to one of the most fragrant walk experiences ever.
Perched high on a hill overlooking the lavender fields is this utterly charming and picturesque medieval walled citadel.
A perfect dog-walking place, with a selection of routes ranging from a 20 minute stroll to a several hours of purposeful hiking.
Near perfect combo of fun for dogs and people at this medieval castle and the enormous hunting forest that surrounds it.
It's not every day that you get the chance to both visit a top UNESCO heritage site, and the dog can go too.
By this stage of the A7 you will already have driven through the vineyards of the champagne production region, and their discreetly affluent villages.
What an amazing piece of living archaeology has been re-created here - it's the garden of a Roman villa that has been brought back to life.
Sometimes we stumble on the entirely unexpected - such as this former 12th century monastery with gardens, wine tasting and an entertaining self-guide tour of the buildings with the help of a monk...
Cavaillon is a completely un-special town, and that is a big part of its charm.
The walk here is a favourite for local dog owners, and starts underneath a fascinating old wooden suspension bridge.