Askrova is an island in the municipality of Flora in Sogn og Fjordane county, Norway. It is located along the Brufjorden, near the mouth of the Førdefjorden, about northwest of the island of Svanøya. Askrova sits about southwest of the town of Florø and about the same distance southeast of the island of Reksta. The population of the island (2001) was 143, with most residents living on the south and west shores of the island. The tall mountain Skara is the highest point on the island. Askrova Chapel is located on the island.
The main industry for the island is fishing. In 1936, there was a record catch of herring at Askrova. Official figures put it at between of herring. It was the biggest catch to date in Sogn og Fjordane county.