Lochaline is a small coastal village at the mouth of Loch Aline on the Sound of Mull.

Facilities in the village include a grocery shop, hotel, social club, two cafes and public conveniences. The award-wining White House Restaurant offers local, seasonal and sustainably harvested produce that showcases the best of Highland cuisine, with a lunch and evening service. This is a dining experience not to be missed (booking required)! Lochaline also has a Sand Mine and Harbour and Pontoon Facilities; the latter with visitor pontoon, swinging moorings and shore facilities.

Take time to visit the 19th century Kiel Church and burial ground. Keil was an important religious centre in the Middle Ages and the Old Session House by the Church displays seventeen medieval carved gravestone slabs.

Lochaline serves as a ferry port to the Isle of Mull with regular crossings throughout the year. There are some lovely walks in the areas, including two scenic coastal walks along the shores of Loch Ailort (the Kinlochaline Low Road and Ardtornish Castle Walk). Nearby, the lovely hill garden at Ardtornish Estate are a delight to visit, being particularly spectacular in Spring and Autumn. The harbour and coastline around Lochaline are good places to look for otters.