Guide to the towns, and villages of Pajara, Fuerteventura
Pajara covers the south of the island from east to west. It also covers the south west and borders Betancuria to the north and Tuineje at the north east section of the municipality. Over the last few years , walking around the municipality on foot, either on the coast or the interior, has become one of the most common practices amohg tourists and visitors, because of ideal trails, together with its climatic conditions, and spectacular scenery. Pajara is home to trails of great beauty, the majority of the Grand Tour, which crosses the island from the north to south, and the wide range of paths of the smaller routes, reach all the hidden corners of the municipality.
The seabeds of Pajara are a paradise for the lovers of underwater life. Its clear waters, with maximum luminosity, invite you to dive in one of the most privileged areas in the world by scuba diving. The network of diving schools has first class professionals together with the most modern equipment, such as the only hyperbaric camera in the world.