Bollewick [ bole vɪk ː ] is a municipality and bioenergy village in the southwest of the district Mecklenburg Lake District Mecklenburg -Vorpommern. It is administered by the Office Robel -Müritz based in the city Robel / Müritz.


The community Bollewick lies in the Mecklenburg Lake District, a few kilometers southwest of the Müritz. The territory between Müritz Elde and upper is characterized by fields, forests and small lakes, the highest elevation is the Mohr mountain with almost 112 m above sea level. NN. Two settlement axes determine the community: in north-south direction on the highway from Robel / Müritz Wredenhagen and in east-west direction in a wide arc of Erlenkamp to Spitz Kuhn. The city Robel is only three kilometers away.

To Bollewick include the districts Nätebow, Spitz Kuhn and since 7 June 2009, the Kambs and Wildkuhl.


From the early settlement of the area testify to two megalithic tombs near the village. Bolle Wick was a district of Nedebuh (now Nätebow ) in the 13th century by the Knights of Werle Konrad Büne. The first mention dates back to January 21, 1261st However, the village was at that time about 1200 meters to the west on almost circular Wackstower lake.

The name Bollewick with its components bolle (round, bulbous ) and wick ( Germanic suffix wig, wik = place or village, borrowed from Latin vicus = village) therefore means round the village. The site was abandoned probably because of the high ground water level on the lake shore. Already at the beginning of the Thirty Years' War was desolate village. Bolle Wick was created as a long-drawn street village on the present site since the 18th century. After frequent changes of ownership and gradual reconstruction of the church was located intensified in the early 1930s.


  • The Bollewick barn is the landmark and pride of community Bollewick. The building dates back to 1881 is 125 x 34 meters square, the largest stone barn in Germany. After the barn was used for agriculture until 1991, it was renovated and converted into a hotel and events center with rows of shops. Here among other nationally acclaimed markets, concerts and theater performances.
  • The village church Nätebow goes back to a late medieval fortified church, which was rebuilt several times and expanded. The facilities of the rectangular brick building with a ribbed vault from the 14th century include a carved from 1522 and a historical Patronatsloge from the 17th century. The church is occasionally open to the public and to worship.
  • The village church Kambs dates back to the 13th century.

Village church Nätebow

Village church Kambs

Economy and infrastructure

With many houses and newly developed residential areas Bollewick has now developed into an attractive village in which many retailers have established. Tourism plays the largest role in addition to agriculture.

Bioenergy Village

The Federal Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner and the country's Minister of Agriculture Till Backhaus was on July 6, 2010 at the milking farm one had moved Dutch farmers a basic and a memorial stone laid for the construction of the first biogas plant in Bollewick in attendance. It will help ensure that the place any time soon receives an autonomous district heating network as a bioenergy village. Since February 2013 supplies the waste heat from the plant, which produces mainly electricity, 54 households, and replaced heating with gas and oil.

Transport links

Bolle Wick is located on the road connecting Robel / Müritz to the highway 198 The Highway Interchange Robel of the federal motorway 19 (Berlin -Rostock ) is about eight kilometers away. The nearest train stations are in Malchow and Waren (Müritz).

Pictures of Bollewick