Høle is a borough and village in the western part of Sandnes municipality in Rogaland county, Norway. It is located along the Høgsfjorden in the eastern part of the municipality. The area was historically a part of the municipality of Høle. Høle Church and Høle School are both located in the village. The Norwegian National Road 13 runs through the village and the borough.
The village has a population (2015) of 427, giving the village a population density of . The borough of Høle is the least populous (and most rural) borough in the city of Sandnes with 1,042 inhabitants. The borough is located in the eastern part of the municipality.
Høle or Høgsfjord is a former municipality in Rogaland county, Norway. The large municipality existed from 1865 until 1965. It was called Høgsfjord from 1865 until 1871 when the municipality was reduced in size and the name was changed to Høle. The municipality originally was quite large, surrounding both sides of the Høgsfjorden and Lysefjorden. It included all of the present day municipality of Forsand as well as parts of the present day municipalities of Gjesdal and Sandnes. Since 1965, the area of Høle has been the borough of Høle in the city of Sandnes. Høle Church was the main church of the municipality.