The Ceraunian Mountains (Albanian: Mal i Kanalit, Greek: Κεραύνια όρη, Keravnia ori; Latin: Cerauni montes) is a coastal mountain range in southwestern Albania. The name is derived from Ancient Greek Κεραύνια ὄρη, meaning "thunder-split peaks".
The range extends approximately 100 km along the coast in a northwesterly direction from the Greek border to the Strait of Otranto. The highest peak is Çika, (2012 m). The Llogara Pass (1027 m) divides the mountains into a western and an eastern range. The western chain are also known as the Acroceraunian Mountains (acro- meaning "topmost", "outermost" in Greek). In some places the mountains fall directly into the sea.