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The dog walk here is a proper forest walk, not just a tour underground! The pre-historic cave paintings of Lascaux are world famous; so much so that the originals can no longer be visited, as exposure...
Several walks to choose from here - all good for dogs - and a really interesting place to visit as well.
A lovely walk on the outskirts of Montpellier, and if you time your visit well there's a fine restaurant near the church for a splendid French lunch.
This is one of the largest working oak woods in the country, and it's a gorgeous place to spot red squirrels.
There are a couple of trails to follow, or just have a wander as the mood strikes.
Typical small French town, with a pleasant dog-walk in chateau gardens (now a park).
Enormous sandy beach, with no dog restrictions. This is just one of several beaches in the area, and unusual in that it has disabled facilities.
As well as a fab dog walk place, the forest here is steeped in history.
What an amazing place this is! A series of enormous lakes devoted to leisure facilities of all kinds, not just water sports.
It's not every day that you get the chance to both visit a top UNESCO heritage site, and the dog can go too.
On a sunny day it's really lovely here. The walk goes partly along the banks of the River Moy and then around the grounds of Belleek Manor (now a hotel).
Junction 5 Les Essarts - Les Herbiers
Architecturally the town of Les Essarts can’t be described as picturesque and yet strangers receive a warm welcome, which gives the town considerable charm. Their tour de france murals were huge.
Unbelievably scenic walk routes, with waterfalls and forest paths - it's pure delight.