Day of the Book 2023

World Book Day is celebrated annually on April 23 around the world, including in Corralejo – one of the popular towns in Fuerteventura. On this Book Day in Corralejo, you can expect various events related to literature, such as exhibitions, book presentations, meetings with authors, and other activities. It is worth paying attention to public or private libraries that organize literary and cultural events. In addition, there are numerous bookshops in Corralejo where you can find literature in various languages, including Spanish and English. Many of them also offer e-books and audiobooks, which is a convenient solution for literature lovers traveling with limited luggage space.

Don’t miss this sunday :

Theater “Musicians from Bremen”, comedians of the Green Sun. Sunday, April 23 at 12:00 in the Auditorio de Corralejo.

Free. Early withdrawal of tickets for the Biblioteca Municipal de Corralejo and one hour before the act at the box office.



On the occasion of the celebration of Book Day on April 23, the La Oliva City Council has scheduled a cultural week, where the book will be the main protagonist, while giving special relevance to women through the exhibition “Literature it is written in feminine” and to minors, for whom various activities have been programmed with the aim of bringing them closer to books.

The councilor for culture, Joana Pérez, has highlighted “the ambitious proposal aimed at all audiences, the relevance of women and in a very special way that it has managed to take the activities to the different nuclei of the municipality to make them more open and participatory”. .

For her part, Pilar González, mayoress of La Oliva, stated that “Book Day in La Oliva, which starts next Monday the 17th, reflects the great effort made by the Department of Culture, whose technicians I want to congratulate, in bringing the books closer, the culture and art to the young and old of our municipality”.

The many activities that this poster that has been presented this Thursday hosts, are intended to be a recognition of “something so essential, so necessary and so important in our lives as are books,” says the statement from the Consistory.