The Commune of Inowłódz is situated in the Voivodeship of Łódź, in the south-eastern part of the Poviat of Tomaszów. It is one of the oldest communes in this region. The commune covers the area of 98 sq. km and has 10 individual village units (though 11 villages).
The central location in Poland and closeness to such municipalities as Opoczno (18 km), Tomaszów Mazowiecki (20 km), Rawa Mazowiecka (30 km), Łódź (67 km) and Warsaw (107 km) ensure excellent accessibility of this commune.
Total population of the commune of Inowłódz:
The Commune of Inowłódz is situated on both banks of the Pilica river, in former Pilica Forest. It is characterized by particularly picturesque landscape thanks to the multitude of landforms rare in this part of Poland. Interesting topography combined with vast forest resources ensures significant tourist appeal of the commune. The forests occupy more than half of the commune area, being a predominant landscape feature. Spalski Forest, together with the relics of Pilica Forest, is one of the largest forest complexes in central Poland. Highly valuable natural assets and the need to conserve them were incentives for creating Spalski Landscape Park here, with the protected area covering more than half of the commune area. The most precious land in terms of wildlife, being a habitat of many plant and animal species, is conserved in reserves.
The rich history of the region, dating back to the Middle Ages, brought valuable material culture artefacts. When visiting the commune, it is worth seeing:
The Commune of Inowłódz can boast rich tourist and recreation infrastructure. It comprises hotels, guest houses and other accommodation facilities of versatile standard. They offer extensive sports, recreation and catering opportunities. Most facilities have been adapted for training sessions, conferences, team-building and family meetings. Individual tourists looking for peace and quiet may relax in many agritourism farms and private houses in the commune.
For those preferring active recreation far from existing tourist routes, the hiking and cycling path from Tomaszów Mazowiecki to Spała was created. This year, also the "hiking and cycling path from Spała to Inowłódz STAGE I from Spała to Teofilów" was built. Canoeing industry is thriving. An undoubted attraction of the commune is OPO COS in Spała. The center is where the national and olympic teams train. It is here that prestigious sports events, including international ones take place. It possesses modern sports infrastructure, providing wellness and rehabilitation services.