Hollum is a village on the Dutch wadden island of Ameland in the province of Friesland. Hollum is on the Borndiep and is therefore the most western of the four villages on Ameland. With about 1200 inhabitants it is also the largest village in Ameland.
Hollum counts 53 national monuments. Furthermore, part of Hollum is a protected village view, one of the protected town and village views in Friesland. On the Herenweg is the cultural history Museum Sorgdrager. Most government records include houses and / or farms, but also the St Magnus church and its tower are registered as a national monument. The Bornrif (a lighthouse) and the property of De Zwaan are also national monuments. Another interesting attraction in Hollum is also Mustard and Korenmolen The Expectation.
Near Hollum is enough to experience for young and old. Various wade tours, hiking and cycling routes, horse and pony rides and boat trips are also possible. The Maritime Muzeum is also worth a visit as well as the Antiquity Room and the Hollumer Speelbos.
There are several restaurants, cafeterias and cafés in all kinds of styles. Hollum also has various shops. Every year there are also demonstrations with horse-rescue boat, Mountain Ameland Ameland, Ameland Lighthouse Trail, Ameland Ameland National Day, National Lifeboat Day, Ameland Beach Rugby Festival, MadNes (Sustainable Surfing, Skating and Music Festival) and Ameland Adventurerun recommends to attend Hollum .