Situated on the Moray Firth coast in the North East of Scotland, the Royal Burgh of Cullen enjoys a unique micro-climate caused by its position between the Deveron and Spey rivers and its shelter by the Grampian hills. Famous for its famous brand of fish soup - Cullen Skink - a wonderful blend of smoked haddock, onions cream and tatties, the Moray coast is one of the best coastlines in the World as judged by National Geographic. Home to many small fishing communities the Cullen area is a jewel in the crown of MoraySpeyside.
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