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All reviews golf course lovely beach dog walkers old railway sandy beach golf club public toilets great scenery pleasant walk great place to walk town centre clean water antique shops golden sands big waves well worth a visit the cliff
This is a gorgeous beach with stunning views and unusual rock formations. There is usually an airstream caravan which sells teas and coffes parked at the beach. There are various walks along the viaducts and up to castle hill too. Well worth a visit at...More
Loved this walk over to Portknockie via the viaduct and then back on the beach.
Lovely views and a lovely clean beach.
Worth stopping at the coffee van at the car park near the golf club if it’s there on
Drove to Cullen from Inverness on a Sunday and having got parked in the town centre without any fuss, set off to the beach. A fantastic walk along the lovely sandy beach towards Portknockie. Very clean, no sign of any litter (or dog poo) at...More
The is a beautiful clean beach...very popular in the summer, but never crowded as it is long. Right next to Cullen Links Gold Course. Fantastic coffee can be purchased from a shiney Airstream trailer...coffee at the Kings...excellent coffee! Dog friendly beach...just pick up after your...More
What nice beach to go for aong walk. Super clean, beautiful views, parking available nearby, also for handicap parking. After your walk, if this is on a Saturday, you can have a nice coffee at the food truck on the parking lot
the beach is well worth the walk down the hill through the golf course on to the beach, do not try to take short cuts as there is a big drop from the course onto the beach , sandy beach with interesting volcanic mounds and...More
Cullen beach would get a perfect score if they did something about the lack of public toilets. They're just boarded up as are the ones in the village centre. Surely they could manage to open these during the day.
Otherwise it's a beautiful stretch of...More
We live in Aberdeen just 5 mins from the beach but never go due to the rubbish/broken glass! Cullen Beach is a dream find - clear waters & not a piece of rubbish found! Amazing! Great to be able to let our 2 kids (5...More
Drive east for about 30 minutes. 20+ miles Lots to see in the coastal villages open route if you go down onto the coast road from Spey bay. Scottish dolphin centre, seals of port Gordon, Buckie, and the lovely villages of... More
Drive east for about 30 minutes. 20+ miles Lots to see in the coastal villages open route if you go down onto the coast road from Spey bay. Scottish dolphin centre, seals of port Gordon, Buckie, and the lovely villages of findochty and portknockie, including bow fiddle rock.
Cullen beach is a lovely long expanse and the village has some little gems too, including cafes shops and a hidden deli at the top of the hill.
All of this is on the moray firth coast trail which walks along cliff tops and beaches and part of the disused railway line