Sile is a city and district in Istanbul, Turkey. As indicated by the 2007 evaluation, the number of inhabitants in the area was 25,169, of which 9,831 lived in the city of Sile, 2,096 in the close-by town of Agva and 13,242 in encompassing villages. However, among June and September, the populace quickly expands due to the numerous occupants of Istanbul who have summer houses in Sile. The area of Sile is a piece of the territory of Istanbul, and the district of Sile is a piece of the metropolitan legislature of Istanbul. Circumscribing Sile is the region of Kocaeli toward the east and south, and Istanbul areas of Pendik toward the south, Cekmekoy toward the southwest, and Beykoz toward the west.
The limits of Sile were extended by the expansion of the town of Esenceli from Beykoz region in 1987. Sile comprises of Sile, YeSilvadi and Teke subdistricts, and 58 towns. Popular resort Agva is likewise a piece of Sile. The word Sile implies marjoram in Turkish. The word's historical underpinnings is said to be Greek. Today, Sile is a shoreline resort, well known with individuals who need a resort environment without the cost of making a trip to the Mediterranean Sea. Sile is around a hour's drive from the city and was dependably a withdraw from the city.