Pajara is the furthest south municipality in Fuerteventura, and spans both the west and east coast of the island. Inside, you can find some of the island’s most popular areas, like Morro Jable and Costa Calma. Pajara is a municipality full of charm. It is where you can find many of the island’s very best beaches, several welcoming fishing villages, and natural enclaves like Cofete and the Jandia Natural Park. Jandia Natural Park covers practically the whole municipality and has some brilliant hiking routes. The popular Cofete Beach (playa de Cofete) appears along the western side of the park, and forms the longest beach is the Canary Islands. Continuing along the western side of the municipality, we also come across one of the most popular towns in the island, Ajuy, a marvellous fishing village, with an incredible black sand beach and well-known for its unique caves. Together with La Oliva, Pajara is one of Fuerteventura’s most popular municipalities, with endless leisure options, nature in its purest form, beaches to fall in love with, first-class restaurants…and, of course, hotels and apartments for all tastes and budgets. The weather, like the rest of the island, remains stable thanks to the Atlantic Ocean, which keeps this part of Fuerteventura at a lovely average annual temperature of 21°C.