Lillesand is a port town in Aust-Agder county (Norway) with population around 10,000. It received city status in 1838, and in 1962 was merged with the neighbouring municipalities Hovag and Vestre Moland.
Lillesand is bordered by the municipalitis Birkenes (north), Grimstad (east) and Kristiansand (south) Ostre Grimevann Lake is in the municipality's northern part, while Tovdalselva River runs through it. Justoy Island is south of Lillesand.
Navigation through Blindleia (12 km long inland salt-water passage from Ulvoysund and Lillesand) is used by small boats. Skjærgardsparken National Park is between Risor and Lillesand. Skjærgardsparken consists of islands and sea rocks. Brekkesto is a tourist village on Justoya island.