Rugova or Rugovo may refer to:
- Rugova Canyon, a canyon in Kosovo
- Rugova (region), am ethnographic region near Peć in Kosovo
- Rugovo (sword dance), a traditional sword dance of the above region
- Ibrahim Rugova, a politician
Rugova is a mountain region located to the north-west of the city of Peć, in Kosovo. It is the third region of Prokletije (The Cursed Mountains), and is also known as the Albanian Alps. In 2013, it was designated a national park by the Parliament of the Republic of Kosovo.
Rugova is an ethnographically diverse region, with great importance for the literary branches of lexicology, etymology and onomastics. Rugova is a suitable region for hiking, skiing, mountaineering, paragliding, and picnics.
It was ranked as the fourth most important center for winter sports by the International Ski Federation (ISF). Furthermore, in April 2013, Peja won the "Tourism for Tomorrow" award for the project, "Peaks of the Balkans".
Rugova is rich with many landform elements such as caves, waterfalls, glacial lakes, high peaks, and tunnels. The highest peak is Hajla at . From Qafa e Qyqes (Cuchoo's Neck) it is possible to observe the whole city of Peja. Guri i Kuq, , has views of Gjeravica, Boriqe (Three Border region), Maja e Mariashit (Peak of Mariashi), Maja e Hekurave (Iron Peak), Shkëlzeni and Lake Plav. Volujaku is also a high peak at .
A via ferrata (iron path) starts from Peja, and is the only one in the Balkans.
Rugova offers good living conditions even though the number of residents has dramatically decreased.