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According to Canarias7, it is expected that in October the City Council of La Oliva in Fuerteventura will award the exploitation of 1,400 sunbeds and 700 umbrellas on several beaches in Corralejo.
The municipality hopes to obtain an income of at least 715,000 euros, for a period of three years, a sum that will be used to cover investments and meet maintenance costs.
The new sunbeds should be on El Caserón beach, next to the 3 Islas and Oliva Beach hotels, spread into three lots, each of them consisting of 300 sunbeds and 150 parasols; so a total of 900 umbrellas and 450 sun loungers to be placed in that area.
A fourth lot should be placed on the beaches of El Pozo and El Viejo, to the north of both hotels, with a total of 400 loungers and 200 umbrellas, equally divided between the two spaces.
A fifth lot, with around one hundred sun loungers and fifty umbrellas, should be allocated between Corralejo Viejo and La Goleta.
The price should be 3 Euros for each sunbed and 3 Euros for an umbrella at any of these lots, so two sunbeds with an umbrella should cost 9 Euros per day.
Also, three beach bars and four kiosks are set to operate in Corralejo, which will also bring a revenue of 198,000 euros to the City Council.