Some 40 kilometres from Fuerteventura airport, close to the capital, Puerto del Rosario, is the municipal district of Pajara, the most southerly one on the Island and the largest in the Canary Islands. From the capital, the easiest way to reach us is to go along the FV-610 road that passes through Casillas del Angel, Antigua and Tuineje.
You can also come by sea from Lanzarote or Gran Canaria. The ferries from Lanzarote sail daily from Playa Blanca and land at the port of Corralejo, in the North of Fuerteventura. From Corralejo you can reach Pajara by taking the FV -1 road to the capital Puerto del Rosario, and from there along the FV-610 road to Pajara, a total of 70 kilometres.
From Gran Canaria you can also take a ferry to the capital of Fuerteventura or to the port of Morro Jable, in the South of the Island. From here to Pajara there is a drive of about 50 kilometres along the FV-640 road to Costa Calma and then along the FV-605 to La Pared, and carrying on until you reach the village.