The area of Solin is located in Central Dalmatia, 5 kilometers northeast of Split. It is pleasantly positioned on the southern, sunny slopes of Kozjak Mountain (780 m) and the western slopes of Mosor Mountain (1340 m), on an area that extends to Kaštela and Trogir, Podstrana, Omiš and Split. The area of Solin includes Solin, Vranjic, Mravince, Kučine and Rupotina.
Mayor: Dalibor Ninčević
Surface area: 18 km²
Climate: Like the entire area of the Central Dalmatia, Solin is characterized by a very favourable climate. Its weather is distinctly Mediterranean, with mild, mostly wet winters and dry, hot and sunny summers. This favourable climate is also influenced by the local and periodic (seasonal) winds, including the southeast wind (jugo) and the northeast wind (bura) that blow throughout the year, most strongly in winter when their bioclimatic effect is the most keenly felt. The most characteristic winds in the early spring and summer are the northwest wind (maestral) which has a considerable thermoregulating effect, i.e. directs cooler air from the sea. Annual rainfall is approximately 800 mm, evenly distributed, so that spring and summer are mostly dry with moderate amounts of rain during autumn and winter. Snow is rare.
Geographical position: 46o47 'N and 16o53 'E