The Pájara municipality is located to the south of Fuerteventura and is the largest in Spain. The capital is to the north and is a municipality of contrasts between rural areas that are sustained from agriculture to areas full of tourism. Here we can find the best beaches of the island; Cofete, Barlovento, La Pared, Esquinzo ... In the capital, you can see the Virgin of the Rule Church, dating from the 18th century. In the door we find Aztec details and in the interior we will discover two old altars of baroque style. These details are the legacy of builders who lived in South America. In the vicinity there are bars and restaurants to take a break on the way.