Solund is a municipality in the county of Sogn og Fjordane, Norway. It is located in the traditional district of Sogn. Solund is the westernmost island municipality in Norway, and the only municipality in Sogn og Fjordane county that is made up only of islands. Holmebåen on the island of Steinsøy is the westernmost point of Norway.
Utvær was established as a municipality in 1858. The two sub-parishes, or sokn, of Solund and Husøy were separated from the Gulen parish (prestegjeld) to form the new municipality and parish of Utvær. The initial population of Utvær was 1,384. On 1 January 1888, the Krakken farm (population: 17) was transferred from Hyllestad and eight farms (population: 317) from Askvoll were all transferred to Utvær.