İnegöl is located 45 km to the southeast of Bursa and has been an important settlement place during the Ottoman era. The İshakpaşa Mosque and the Mosque Complex, the Hamza Bey Mosque, the Yıldırım Mosque, the Kurşunlu Mosque, the Kurşunlu Inn, the Ortaköy Caravanserai are some of the important historical entities of the County. The county is quite advanced and famous for its meatballs, furniture and the Oylat Spas. Alaçam, Arabaoturağı, Boğazova, Kıran Plateaus and ancient sycamores are İnegöl’s touristic attractions. The transport to the county is provided via the Ankara Road.