Sv. Filip i Jakov (literally, Saints Phillip and Jacob) is a municipality in Croatia in Zadar county. At the time of the 2001 census, there were 4,402 inhabitants, 98% of whom were Croats .
The municipality's Church of Saint Roch (Croatian: Crkva svetog Roka) is classified by the Croatian government as a tourist locality.
During the communist Yugoslav era, the municipality was known only as Filipjakov to remove its religious connotation.