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Junction 33 Balaruc-le-Vieux
A popular spa resort, this small town is surprisingly good for dogs. The beach at the casino end of the town is far from crowded and we saw several dogs taking to the water here.
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.
Junction 36 Beziers
The force of the water rushing through this flight of nine locks has to be seen to be believed, and it's a brilliant place to de-stress after hours of motorway driving.
Easy to get to and with walks to suit dogs of all sizes, and families. There's a choice of four trails, and space to just wander around as well.
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.
Part of the Lough Gill Natural Heritage Area, this is a great dog walk around the edge of the lake - with shelter from the conifers on rainy days.
Junction 9 Azay-le-Rideau (Druye)
Unpretentious little town on the river L'Indre, with pedestrianised narrow streets and a choice of small dog-friendly restaurants and brasseries for a meal or snack.
Ireland dog walk places
Really lovely spot for a dog walk, and apparently the place where the poet Yeats found the muse for the poem The Fiddler of Dooney.
Enormous beach - long, sandy and without a dog restriction in sight!
Big outdoor playspace for kids of all ages, just don't get caught in the brilliant adventure playground! Lots of dog-walking paths in the forest.
A very quiet village with a Roman church - and baskets of fruit and veg at people's garden gates with honesty boxes.