cullen,56 elly's deli (fish & seafood), puddleduck patch b&b,54 elly's fish & chips, j&t findl,52 cullen bay angling, cullen corner shop,48 (),19 seafield arms,31-33 bits'n'bobs, ice cream cabin, the ice cream shop, [ church ],2 clydesdale,11 mcpherson's,33 bank of scotland,1 m&k (hair & beauty),7-9 cullen paper shop, cullen police station,28 cullen pharmacy,16-18 cullen post office,14 irene,12 a petrie,10 gift centre,8 slorachs,6 abra antiques,4 eden,2 the elms,seafield street
Cullen is a small historic town on the A98 coast road. It has its own bay that is spectacular for its sandy beaches and the rising cliffs. The rugged skerries and coves have been carved out by the sea working out on the Grampian rocks; in places exposing the sparkling quartzite. The unspoilt area is surrounded by many woodland walks and wildlife, from seabirds to red squirrels. You may even catch sight of the Moray Firth dolphins if you're lucky. The viaduct through the town follows the route of the old railway and adds to the majestic nature of the area. Cullen ice cream is famous across Scotland for being the best - delicious!
Detailed maps and information from RPA Smith Street Maps web site.
Click on shop to see more details