is a municipality in the southwestern part of Sogn og Fjordane county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Sogn. The administrative center of the municipality is the village of Eivindvik. Other villages in Gulen include Brekke, Byrknes, Dalsøyra, Dingja, Instefjord, Mjømna, Rutledal, and Ytre Oppedal.
The municipality of Gulen sits to the south of the Sognefjorden and it surrounds the Gulafjorden, which is considered to be the place where Norway's west-coastal Vikings met for the Gulating, a governing body. The area along the Gulafjorden called Flolid (just east of the village of Eivindvik) is now a national historic place, where an open-air theater and annual summer play commemorates the Vikings who gathered there 1000 years ago to accept Christianity.
Gulen or Gülen may refer to:
Gulen is a fjord in Bremanger Municipality in Sogn og Fjordane county, Norway. The fjord empties into the Frøysjøen strait (on the west end) and to the east, it splits into three branches: Nordgulen, Midtgulen, and Sørgulen. The fjord is a maximum of long (including the Nordgulen branch), terminating at the village of Svelgen in the east. The Svelgen river is one of the primary inflows of the fjord.