Stordal is a municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. It is part of the Sunnmøre region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Stordal. The historic farm of Ytste Skotet lies along the Storfjord in the western part of the municipality.
Stordal was established as a municipality on 1 January 1892 when it was separated from Stranda. The initial population of the municipality was 850. Stordal was briefly merged with the neighboring municipality of Ørskog on 1 January 1965, but was separated from it on 1 January 1977.
Some people from Stordal settled in Iceland and used Stordal as their last name. The Stordal family is quite known in Iceland but the siblings Sigurður Kristinn Stórdal and Lovísa Stórdal are with out a doubt most known Stordal alive nowadays. They are descendants of Egill "Sterki" Stórdal and Ásgerður "Fagra" Stórdal, Egill and his wife became farmer in Stordal (today known as Skorradalur in Borgarfjörður).