Cullen sits on the Banffshire Coast in the county of Moray on the Moray Firth. The Moray Firth is the largest of Scotland's firths and stretches over 800kms from Duncansby Head in the north to Fraserburgh in the east.
The Banffshire coast is one of the world’s outstanding coastlines, says the National Geographic. Not just for its natural beauty with plentiful wildlife – there are dolphins, seals, puffins and other seabirds in abundance – but for its “strong community feeling”.
The Royal Burgh of Cullen has stunning sandy beaches and seascapes, coast paths, an historic harbour designed by Thomas Telford, great shops and eateries and places to stay all set against the stunning backdrop of old railway viaducts, Castle Hill viewpoint and the Bin of Cullen.
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The 5th Cullen Skink World Championships will take place in 2017. Competition date, details and entry foms will be availble in early 2017.
Cullen has been transformed in a festive wonderland with the annual Christmas Lights shining nightly until the new year.
Come to Cullen and take a walk or drive through our historic seaside town and enjoy Santa's Steam Train on the viaduct in Seafield Street, the Lighthouse and 'Xmas Morn' trawler.
NEW for 2016: The Cullen Christmas Lights Committe have added a new twist to a historic structure by illuminating the largest of our viaducts with stunning coloured LED lights.
Stunning sandy beach, Cullen Sea School Activities, Logie Avenue play park and exploring the historic Cullen Railway Viaducts.
Cullen has some fantastic walks, whether it be along the coastline on the sandy beach or a spot of hill walking.
The Banffshire Coast enjoys its own special micro-climate. The influence of the warming North Atlantic Drift on the coastal waters, plus the shelter that the Grampian Mountains provide...
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