You are in the south of Croatia, a short distance from Split, in the empire of water, fields and stones. Welcome to the city of Sinj and the Cetina krajina, which engages you with its rich culture and centuries-old tradition.
Sinj belongs administratively to the Split-Dalmatia County.
The total area is 194.27 km2. According to the last census conducted in 2011, Sinj has 24,832 inhabitants in the surrounding area, while 11,448 people live in the town itself.
Prigrad settlements that belong to Sinj are Bajagic, Brnaze, Čitluk, Glavice, Gljev, Jasensko, Karakašica, Lučane, Obrovac Sinjski, Radosic, Sinj, Suhač, Turjaci, Zelovo.
Mayor of Sinja is Kristina Križanac expert. spec. oec. with the Independent Lists of Dr. Jadrijevic.
The City Day is celebrated on August 15, on the occasion of the Great Lady, who is also the patron saint of Sin.