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bars hammocks beach oliva return

Beach bars and hammocks to return to La Oliva

The beach bars and kiosks return to the beaches of La Oliva.

The City Council publishes the tender specifications for beach bars and kiosks on the beaches

The City Council of La Oliva has published, after months of intense work, the specifications for the exploitation by third parties of the maritime-terrestrial public domain on the beaches of the municipality of La Oliva for the installation, exploitation, conservation and maintenance of seasonal services, specifically four kiosks and three beach bars, subject to the technical conditions and the administrative authorization granted by the Demarcation of Coasts of the Canary Islands.

This tender will be immediately followed by the publication of the specifications of the sports schools and the recovery of the hammock service, which will put an end to a situation in which the situation of illegality of the previous services had to be redirected, which was about to lead to a sanction of Costas.

The mayor Pilar González, has shown her satisfaction "for being able to fulfill our commitment" and said that "we have achieved with the support of municipal technicians, reduce the deadlines to the maximum allowed so that our beaches once again become that tourist reference that La Oliva offers to those who visit us. "
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Thank you for posting that information Tamara. Good news. There have been some really nice bars and restaurants on the beaches over the years which I don’t think were obtrusive in any way and brought employment and income to the area and facilities for the holiday makers. Likewise the sun loungers will be welcomed addition by many I'm sure. After all it is predominantly an area for tourists. I’m sure the authorities will ensure the structures are in keeping with the surroundings. Hope you two are keeping well.
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Forgive my ignorance, but which beaches in Corralejo are we talking about - does this include the beaches commonly known as the 'Waikiki' beaches or just the Dunes 'Flag' Beach?
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Sorry Sam but we don't know anymore than what is said in the article. We'll have to wait and see Wink
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