Cullen is a seaside town located on the Moray Firth coast in Scotland. It is situated 20 miles east of Elgin and has a population of less than 1400 people. The village was once a royal burgh in Banffshire. Cullen is famous for its Cullen Skink soup, which is made from smoked haddock, potatoes, and onions. The town has a golden beach and an extensive golf course. The Cullen Viaduct is a popular tourist attraction that spans the valley of the Burn of Cullen. The village also has a harbour and a castle.
November 28th, 2023
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