Kinn is a small island west of the town of Florø in the municipality of Flora, Norway. The island lies about 600 metres (2,000 ft) west of the neighboring island of Reksta and the village of Rognaldsvåg, which is the main population center for the area. Kinn is best known for the Kinn kyrkje (church), which probably dates from around year 1000, and the Kinnaspelet, a historical play which is performed every summer.
Kinn is also a former municipality in Sogn og Fjordane county, Norway. It was a very large municipality starting in 1838, and as time passed, it got smaller and smaller as parts were separated from it. In 1964, Kinn was merged into Flora. Kinn is still a parish in the municipality of Flora. The municipality (and the island) were named after the old Kinn farm (Old Norse: Kinn) since the church is located there. The name is identical with the word for "cheek", referring to the steep slope of a mountain on the island.