With a total area of 383.6 square kilometers (23.11% of the island total), Pájara is the largest municipality in Fuerteventura.
Two large areas characterize its territory. On one side, to the north, the basal complex that it shares with the rest of the island. On the other, to the south, the unique Peninsula of Jandía
An ancient volcanic morphology, strongly eroded, is reflected in a coastline of 150 kilometers (the largest of the Spanish municipalities) and allows the availability of about 70 linear kilometers of beaches.
The conjunction of an ancient volcanism, with a complex orography, has the highest point on the Island in the Pico de la Zarza (807 metres).
Its distance from the capital (41.5 km in the case of Pájara and more than 84 from the Morro Jable area), make up a remote territory that constitutes, in itself, a unique space in the island reality.