Apahida (; ; ) is a commune in Cluj County, Romania. It is composed of eight villages: Apahida, Bodrog (Bodrog), Câmpeneşti, Corpadea (Kolozskorpád), Dezmir (Dezmér), Pata (Kolozspata), Sânnicoară (Szamosszentmiklós) and Sub Coastă (Telekfarka).
In 1889 and 1968 two rich archaeological treasures were discovered here. Apahida is also an important road junction in Cluj County, as it links Cluj County with Mureş County, through DN16. Also it provides quick access (approximately 20 minutes) from Cluj-Napoca to Băile Cojocna, famous for its salt waters and their curing properties.