Lollum is a village in the municipality of Súdwest-Fryslân. It lies northeast of Witmarsum and belonged to the former municipality of Wonseradeel until 2011. Lollum is an ancient terp village that has probably been around 1500 years. The end of the 19th and early 20th centuries showed an image of peace and tranquility. Beautiful narrow streets and beautiful trees and beautiful pictures of the Lollumervaart and the Ald Haven. The number of inhabitants has fallen a lot since 1950. Since 1980, the number of inhabitants has remained in a number of approximately 400 people. The labor force has changed dramatically over time. If the labor force used to be a farmer or farmer today, there are many commuters who work elsewhere.
In Lollum there is a reformed church and a reformed church. To the north-west of the village stands the Meerswal mill; Built in 1903 and restored twice (1978 and 1994). The reformed church was built in the 13th century and has a tower and west façade dating back to 1883 and undergone a refurbishment and plastering in the 19th century. The Reformed Church and the Meerswal are both enrolled in the National Monuments Register as the two national monuments that Lollum counts.
In Lollum there is a recreation farm where various (group) activities can be performed and also Landgoed Hizzard offers entertainment. The surrounding area of Lollum has a lot to offer. The official UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Wadden Sea is a short distance away, but cycling tours through the surrounding villages are recommended. Trikes may be hired in a nearby village. In addition, there are several boat rental providers in the area.