Cullen is a beautiful seaside village on the east side of Moray.  It has a stunning beach, picturesque viaduct and even it's own traditional soup called "Cullen Skink".  The articles below relate to Cullen and surrounding areas.
A New Year walk up Castle Hill in Cullen, East Moray

Join my wife and I as we take a short walk up to Castle Hill in the lovely town of Cullen in north east Scotland.

Exploring Cullen: Caves, Coastal Walks & More

Walking from Cullen to Portknockie while visiting some fantastic coastal caves and sea arches.

Experience Watersports at Cullen Sea School, Scotland

Discover Cullen Sea School in Moray, Scotland. Offering a range of watersports activities and training courses.

The Bin of Cullen, a short hillwalking guide.

A short guide to climbing the Bin of Cullen, an excellent walk near Cullen and Buckie in Moray, northeast Scotland.

A guide to the best beaches along the expansive Moray Coast

Moray is home to some fantastic beaches - golden sands, wildlife and many surfing opportunities!

Strathlene Beach near Portessie, Buckie, Moray

A nice little sandy beach and cove on the east side of Buckie, great for paddling, picnics and wildlife.

A list of the best things to <br>see and do in Moray

Often overlooked by holiday makers, Moray is a fantastic county packed with interesting things to see and do.

The magnificent Moray Firth / Coast in North East Scotland

Things to see and do on the Moray Firth / Coast in North East Scotland. Castles, Cliffs, Dolphins and more.

Findlater Castle on the Moray Firth Coast, near Banff

A crumbling ruin of castle situated on the Moray coast near Cullen with a fascinating history and link to Mary Queen of Scots.

Crannoch Circular Walk near Cullen, wildlife and great views

A fantastic walk with my family at the Crannoch Circular Walk near Cullen, wildlife and stunning views across Cullen Bay.