La Oliva invites the population to choose the allegory for the 2024 Carnival

The Municipality of La Oliva is getting ready for another edition of what has already become the traditional Carnival of Corralejo and, like every year, the population has the opportunity to play a significant role in the festivities' configuration. The Ayuntamiento has announced the start of the voting period to select the allegory of Corralejo's 2024 Carnival. During a recent meeting, the Carnival's council selected four themes that reflect the essence and dynamics of the Carnival. Here are the themes chosen for the population's vote: • Cinema • 4 Elements (Earth, Water, Fire and Air) • Art • Mythological creatures The residents and friends of La Oliva are invited to cast their votes until September 7th. To participate, voters simply need to access the official form ( on Google, which can be found on La Oliva's Ayuntamiento's website or its official profiles on social media, Facebook and Instagram.


La Oliva participates in meetings for educational improvements in Fuerteventura

The Ayuntamiento recently participated in a meeting which was animated by the Canarian Government's Education councillor, Poli Suárez, and the president of Fuerteventura's Cabildo, Lola García. The objective of the encounter was to assess the necessities in the education sector of the area and create bases to make substantial improvements to the island’s infrastructure and the educational offer.


La Oliva continues to provide business counselling for newly self-employed people

The Ayuntamiento, with PRODAE, is providing an integral and free service of business counselling, which is focussed on the promotion of subsidies and support for newly self-employed people. The main objective of this service is to provide specialised orientation in various crucial areas for the establishment and expansion of independent businesses in the municipality. Those counselling areas include the subsidies destined for the promotion of self-employment, as well as options for unique payment. There is also advice concerning which types of legal formats and business structures are most appropriate. Furthermore, there is personalised counselling especially designed for people who start as self-employed, as well as incentives for companies hiring staff. This free service is available for anyone who is thinking of becoming self-employed or has just started working as a self-employed person over the past twelve months. People interested should request an appointment for individual counselling in the Offices of the department, located in Corralejo's town hall. Contact details Address: Town Hall, C/Maria Santana Figueroa, 1, Corralejo. Telephone: 928535312 ext. 2 E-mail: