Cullen is a beautiful village and former royal burgh, on the Moray Firth Coast in the North East of Scotland. It is ideally situated approximately midway on the A98 between Inverness and Aberdeen, 20 miles (32 km) east of Elgin. The village is a popular seaside holiday destination with holidaymakers largely due to its fine long sandy beach, golf course and walking trails. With a number of holiday lets and accommodation, a collection of local services, cafes, attractive small shops, and supermarket, both tourists and locals alike are well serviced. The town of Buckie is only 5 miles away and offers great amenities, services and facilities including primary and secondary schools, local shops, supermarket, banks and post office. As well as many restaurants, hotels, cafes and pubs. Buckie facilitates good vehicular access and is located just off the A98 Elgin to Fraserburgh road.Moray has a relatively diverse economy with tourism, food processing, hospitality and retail sectors providing major sources of employment. There is also a significant MOD presence and unemployment levels are below the national average.