Behind the Three Kings (large rocks) lies a wide expanse of sandy beach. Cullen beach sits in front of Cullen Golf course. Cullen Bay is situated on the eastern side of Moray Speyside. It is well sheltered by cliffs and the moray dolphins are occasionally spotted in the bay.
As well as a great sandy beach, Cullen has a fisher town area with lots of old cottages huddled together near the harbour. The old railway viaduct dominates the lower part of the town and makes an excellent walk with great views.
Cullen has a high number of independent shops, some of which specialise in antiques and collectibles. It’s also well known for ice cream, fish and chips and Cullen Skink. Cullen Skink is a soup like chowder made with potatoes, smoked fish and cream.
The car parking area is underneath the viaduct. Toilet facilities are beside the golf clubhouse. The nearest shops are in Cullen town centre, however there’s often an ice cream van in the summer months.