Bremanger is a municipality in the county of Sogn og Fjordane, Norway. Bremanger is the only municipality in Sogn og Fjordane, which is located in two districts. The north-eastern parts comprising Oldeide, Berle, Rugsund, Davik, Isane and Ålfoten is located in Nordfjord, while Bremanger, Kalvåg, Svelgen, Sørgulen and Botnane are located in Sunnfjord. The municipality works, however politically with the Nordfjord district in the council of Nordfjord municipalities. Bremanger was separated from Kinn in 1866. Davik was merged with Bremanger on 1 January 1965.
The municipality consists of the villages Bremanger, Berle, Davik, Isane, Kalvåg, Svelgen, Rugsund, and Ålfoten. Svelgen is the administrative centre of the municipality. In the district of Bremanger are found tourist destinations such as Kalvåg, which has one of the largest and best-kept waterfront environment in the county, Grotlesanden ocean beach, the Hornelen mountain, with the tallest sea cliff in Northern Europe, rock carvings at Vingen, and the old trading stations of Rugsund and Smørhavn.