With a golf course behind, the Whale’s Mouth at the western end of the beach and a footbridge and harbour at the eastern end, there is plenty to see and enjoy at Cullen Bay. You can also spot dolphins out at sea and the town of Cullen is friendly and welcoming. The beach sits in the lea of the prevailing south westerly winds and is a favourite with visiting families, as well as with year-round walkers on this fine section of the Moray coast.
Becky considers the beach through time.
The beach at Cullen Bay.