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 square kilometres (126.0 sq mi). The municipality stretches from Bulandet in west and Førde in east. The highest peak is the 1,304-metre (4,278 ft) 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 (1,578 ft) above sea level and is visible from more than 100 kilometres (62 mi) out at sea. The most important industries in Askvoll today are Helle Knivfabrikk, Bulandet Fiskeindustri, and Sigurd Løkeland Hermetikkfabrikk (a producer of crabs).
Askvoll was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). The original municipality was identical to the Askvoll parish (prestegjeld) with the sub-parishes (sokn) of Askvoll, Vilnes, Øn, and Hyllestad. In 1862, the sub-parishes of Øn and Hyllestad (population: 2,475) were separated from Askvoll and (along with the Bø sub-parish from Lavik) formed the new municipality of Hyllestad. This left Askvoll with 2 sub-parishes and a population of 3,065.