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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.
Dog walk places in Kilkenny
There are two circular walks in Castlemorris Wood, and both start from the car park opposite the Grand Gates
This is a large park, practically an arboretum, and fairly close to the centre of the town.
Mullaghmeen is a gorgeous forest with a mix of broad leaf trees and a collection of native trees. Definitely not one of those forests of endless pines.
A very quiet village with a Roman church - and baskets of fruit and veg at people's garden gates with honesty boxes.
Once part of a grand baronial estate, complete with castle and all the trappings of power, this is now a lovely forest park that's free for all to enjoy.
Junction 33 Balaruc-le-Vieux
Balaruc-le-vieux is a sleepy village next door to the much more touristic thermal spa town of Balaruc-les-Bains.
Popular woodland with forest trails that are easy to follow, and great for dogs.
The monument to Master McGrath that you pass on the way celebrates a famous greyhound who was born here in the woods.
Varetz is a small town where you'll get a feel for typical life in the Limousin region, as it's by no means a tourist destination.
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.
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.