A very picturesque coastal town approx 6 miles from Buckie and home of the popular seafood soup “Cullen Skink”. Steeped in history and featuring impressive former railway viaducts dating from around 1886 and “The Three Kings” rock strata. Cullen has a small harbour, beautiful sandy beach and a very challenging 18-hole links golf course.
A small fishing village dating back to the 15th Century, once a smugglers paradise and now featuring an attractive marina with water sports club. Close by is Strathlene Golf Club an 18-hole cliff top course with purpose built floodlit driving range.
A cliff top village established in the 17th Century overlooking a natural harbour. The remains of an iron age fort have been discovered close to the harbour. The Bow Fiddle rock just off the headland is a popular tourist attraction.
A small coastal village approx. 2 miles to the west of Buckie. The Speyside Way travels through the village. Popular annual fireworks display at the harbour.