Fjærland is a village in the municipality of Sogndal, along the Fjærlandsfjord, in Sogn og Fjordane county, Norway. The Fjærlandfjord is a branch of the Sognefjord, the longest fjord in Norway. The village is located about 31 kilometres (19 mi) northwest of the municipal center of Sogndalsfjøra.
Fjærland was originally part of the municipality of Leikanger, but in 1849 it was transferred to the newly created Balestrand municipality. Historically, the only transportation to Fjærland had been by ferry. In 1986 a highway tunnel was opened to the village of Skei to the northwest which connected Fjærland to Jølster. In 1994 another highway tunnel was opened to the southeast which connected Fjærland to Sogndalsfjøra. These tunnels now constitute the best road from a large district of Norway's west coast toward the capital, Oslo. These tunnels were part of the reason that the area Fjærland left Balestrand and merged into the municipality of Sogndal on 1 January 2000.