|• Mayor||Ivan Klarin (SDP)|
|• Total||67.03 km2 (25.88 sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
|• Summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
The municipality extends both to several other villages on the island as well as several nearby villages inland.
- Betina, population 689
- Dazlina, population 45
- Dubrava kod Tisna, population 176
- Jezera, population 857
- Tisno, population 1,273
In the 2001 census, 97.22% of the population were Croats.
Tisno was referred to as Tijesno up to the census of 1981.
The parish church of St.Spirit's from 1548 was renewed in baroque style in 1640 and enlarged in 1840. The church tower was built in 1684 by the local architects. The church of Our Lady of Caravaggio is a votive church of the Italian family of Gelpis built at the beginning of the 18th century. Each year on 26 May, thousands of pilgrims come from all over the world.
Tisno has a memorial-site dedicated to Croatian civilians killed and dropped into a local pit in the aftermath of World War II by the communist Yugoslav regime. Estimates of the number of people killed are in the range of a couple hundred.
- "Census of Population, Households and Dwellings 2011, First Results by Settlements" (HTML). Statistical Reports (in Croatian and English) (Zagreb: Croatian Bureau of Statistics) (1441). June 2011. ISSN 1332-0297. Retrieved 2012-10-22.
- History of Tisno
- Prefect unveiled memorial-marker by Golubinka pit
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