Ingå (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈiŋo]; Finnish: Inkoo) is a municipality of Finland.
Ingå is located in the province of Southern Finland and is part of the Uusimaa region. The municipality has a population of 5,615 (30 June 2015) and covers an area of 954.06 square kilometres (368.36 sq mi) of which 604.21 km2 (233.29 sq mi) is water. The population density is 16.05 inhabitants per square kilometre (41.6/sq mi).
The municipality is bilingual, with majority being Swedish and minority Finnish speakers.
Finnish national road 51 goes right through the southern part of Ingå.
The centre consists mainly of the road Bollstavägen that cuts through the Ingå centrum. Along the road are most of the major buildings and shops of the small municipality. A few grocery stores, small kiosk, library and a bar. Towards the Road 51 there is the residential area. Near road 51, at the northern tip of the residential area is the Ingå Volunteer Rescue Company. Nearby villages include Kusans.(Wikipedia)