Askvoll is a municipality in the county of Sogn og Fjordane, Norway. It is located in the traditional district of Sunnfjord. The administrative centre is the village of Askvoll. Askvoll municipality has about 3,000 inhabitants and covers an area of 326.4 km². The municipality stretches from Bulandet in west and Førde in east. The highest peak is the 1,304 metre high Blegja. Alden Mountain, known as the "Norwegian Horse" is located here. It rises almost vertically out of the sea to a height of 481 metres above sea level and is visible from more than 100 km out at sea.
Askvoll covers an area of 321 km². Of this, 254 km² are on the mainland while the remaining 67 km² are made up of islands and skerries along its 52 km coastline. To the west lies the North Sea, to the north is the municipalities of Flora and Naustdal, to the east is Førde and Gaular, and to the south is Fjaler and Solund.