Leposavić (Serbian Cyrillic: Лепосавић, ), or Leposaviq or Albanik (Leposaviqi or Albaniku), is a town and the northernmost municipality in the Mitrovica District in Kosovo. As of 2015, it has an estimated population of 18,600 inhabitants. The municipality covers an area of 539 km2 which makes it the fifth largest in Kosovo, and consists of the town and 72 villages.
It is a part of North Kosovo, a region with an ethnic Serb majority that functions largely autonomously from the remainder of ethnic Albanian-majority Kosovo. After the 2013 Brussels Agreement, the municipality is expected to become part of the Community of Serb Municipalities.
The Sočanica Monastery was founded in the 13th century by King Stefan Milutin. Many of the settlements were mentioned in the Studenica charters of King Stefan Dečanski (r. 1321-1331).
From 1877 to 1913 Leposavić was part of Kosovo vilayet.