Finiq (Albanian: Finiq or Finiqi, Greek: Φοινίκη, Finiki or Phoenice) is a village and municipality in southern Albania located 8 km from the Ionian Sea and 20 km north of the Greek border. It is part of Delvinë District and Vlorë County. The population at the 2011 census was 1,333. Its inhabitants speak Greek as their mother tongue. It is the center of the commune of Finiq, which comprises the villages Finiq, Buronje, Çlirim, Vrion, Karahaxhë, Bregas (Vromero) and Blerimas. In antiquity, Phoenice was the political center of the Epirot Greek tribe of the Chaonians.