Lukovë is a village and a former municipality in the Vlorë County, southern Albania. At the 2015 local government reform it became a subdivision of the municipality Himarë. The population at the 2011 census was 2,916.
The municipal unit consists of the following settlements: Lukovë, the municipal seat is inhabited by a majority Orthodox Albanian population (2076 or 82%) alongside minorities of Muslim Albanians (250 or 12%) and Greeks (150 or 6%).Borsh, Fterrë and Sasaj are exclusively populated by Muslim Albanians.Piqeras is inhabited by an Orthodox Albanian majority (991) with a minority of 100 Muslim Albanians and 50 Greeks. Çorraj is a mixed village inhabited by an Orthodox Albanian population and Albanian Muslims. Shën Vasil (Shënvasi) is inhabited by a majority Orthodox Albanian population (1434) and with a minority of Muslim Albanians (220) and Greeks (210). Nivicë is inhabited by an Orthodox Albanian majority (899) and a minority of Greeks (30). Qazim Pali is a new village established during the communist period and is populated by Muslim Albanians (861) alongside minorities of Orthodox Albanians (50) and Greeks (80). In a demographic investigation by Leonidas Kallivretakis in the late 20th century, the population of Lukovë commune and all its villages, 54% were Albanian Christians, 40% were Albanian Muslims and 6% were Greek Christians.