Beaches & Highlands

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Cullen Bay

Long sandy beach and picturesque village with cafes, bars, restaurants and antique shops. Cullen Skink is a traditional Scottish delicacy that has found its way onto menus across the globe. It is a creamy potato and smoked haddock soup, using fish fresh from the North Sea by which Cullen rests.

Scottish Dolphin Centre

Dolphins, porpoises and whales are spotted daily along the Moray coast and this is one of the best places to watch for them. Cafe on site. Located at Spey Bey the centre has its own parking.


Blessed with two sandy beaches, glorious dunes and beautiful countryside, the town is a great getaway place from the stresses of modern life. Visitors can enjoy the long pleasant walks along the beach and soak up the town’s tranquil atmosphere. The town is great for sailing and boat rides for dolphin spotting or sea angling while watersports enthusiasts, particularly surfers, will enjoy the waves.

Ben Rinnes

This dominating summit of Moray is a very popular hillwalk. The views, as might be expected, are extremely extensive, taking in much of northeast Scotland. There are a number of false-summits and the weather is often very different at the top so always take extra clothing.