Lavik og Brekke is a former municipality in Sogn og Fjordane county, Norway. It was part of the traditional district of Sogn. The administrative center of Lavik og Brekke was the village of Lavik.
Lavik og Brekke
was established as a municipality
in 1861 as a merger between the municipalities of Lavik
, which were located on the northern and southern shores of the Sognefjord
respectively. Before the merger Lavik had 926 inhabitants and Brekke 898, giving the new municipality a population of 1,824. On 1 January 1875
, a part of Klævold
with 90 inhabitants was moved to Lavik og Brekke
On 1 January 1905, the municipality was split, leaving Lavik and Brekke as separate municipalities once again. Before the split Lavik og Brekke had a population of 2,164. Both Lavik and Brekke were later incorporated into other municipalities.