Government set to invest 3 million euros for improvements in Corralejo, Fuerteventura

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Image source: Ayuntamiento de La Oliva

The Canary Islands Government Council, following a proposal from the Department of Tourism and Employment, has greenlit an additional budget of €3,065,362.96. This money will fund the coastal trail project along the Corralejo seafront in La Oliva and improve accessibility on Avenida Juan Carlos I.

The aim of the coastal trail project is to create a continuous and cohesive path along the coastline. This project will protect and stabilize the coastal edge, making it more accessible and connecting it seamlessly to an adjacent promenade along the shoreline. The budget for this part of the project is €1,714,335.45. The plan includes constructing lightweight structures to allow easy movement, adding various activity areas, shaded spots, and access points to swimming and water sports areas.

Meanwhile, the improvements on Avenida Juan Carlos I will cost €1,351,027.51. This part of the project involves demolishing sections of the existing pavement and affected services to pave a new path that meets accessibility standards. The new design will feature a clearly defined bike lane separated from the pedestrian sidewalk and road.

These projects, to be executed by the La Oliva Town Council, have all the necessary technical plans and administrative approvals. They are considered crucial for enhancing the infrastructure of Corralejo, a popular tourist spot in Fuerteventura.

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