The administrative center is the city of Stolin. Stolin District has the largest area among the districts of the Republic of Belarus — 3342 km2. The length of the Stolin region from west to east is 100 km, from north to south - more than 70 km.

The population of the district is 73,101 people (as of January 1, 2018). There are 99 settlements in the district, including the cities of Stolin (13,460 people) and David-Gorodok (5,851 people), as well as the working village of Rechitsa (6,074 people)

Belousha Berezhnoe Bolshie Orly Bolshie Vikorovichy Bor-Dubenets Brodche Bukhlichi David-Gorodok Derevnaya Dubenets Duboy Fedory Glinka Gorodets Gorodnaya Khoromsk Khorsk
Khotomel Kolodnoe Koloniya Komarniki Kopani Korobie Korotichi Koshara Kostrovo Krushin Krushin Lesnoy Lisovichi Listyanki Luchitsa Luka Lukoe
Lutki Lyadets Lyuty Bor Malye Orly Malye Vikorovichi Mankovichi Mochul Mogilnoe Nechatovo Nizhniy Terebezhov Novo-Berezhnoe Novy Bor Novy Posyolok Olgomel Olmany Olpen Olshany
Osovaya Osovtsy Ostrov Otverzhichi Ovsemirovo Ozdamichi Pervomaysk Pesovo Plotnitsa Ponizhie Radchitsk Rechitsa Remel Rovchak Rubel Rukhcha 1
Rukhcha 2 Rybniki Semigostichi Sititsk Stakhovo Starina Stolin Struga Terebishche Tereblichi Tolmachevo Tsmen 1 Tsmen 2 Turskoe Tury Ugolets
Ustimle Uzlyazhie Velemichi Velikiy Les Velikoe Maleshevo Verkhniy Terebezhov Vidibor Vidiborets Voroni Vorsyn Vulka-Oreya Vysokoe Yamnoe Yastrebel Yunishche Zubkovo

History of Stolin Region