Sunbeds, umbrellas, kiosks, and beach bars return to Corralejo beaches
It is anticipated that various licences for the operation of 1,400 sunbeds and 700 umbrellas on various beaches in Corralejo (Fuerteventura) will be awarded, starting in October. According to the La Oliva Town Hall, the process aims to generate revenue of at least €715,000 over a three-year period, significantly bolstering the municipal coffers.
There are three lots associated with El Caserón Beach, located near the 3 Islas and Oliva Beach hotels, each comprising 300 loungers and 150 parasols. This means, that within these designated areas, there will be a total of 900 sunbeds and 450 umbrellas as planned.
A fourth lot is related to Pozo Beach and Viejo Beach, situated to the north of both hotels, with a total of 400 loungers and 200 umbrellas, evenly distributed between the two areas.
A fifth, smaller lot, involves the joint operation of just one hundred hammocks and fifty umbrellas, spanning Corralejo Viejo and La Goleta.
The final prices for the end users have already been established in the bidding terms, fixed at €3 per sunbed and €3 per umbrella.
Beach Bars and Kiosks:
Furthermore, the La Oliva City Council has disclosed the list of individuals and businesses entitled to operate three beach bars and four kiosks in Corralejo. This will collectively contribute a further €198,000 to the local treasury.
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