Pájara, the administrative center of the southern peninsula of Jandía, has a two-block strip of boulevard and pretty wrought-iron street lamps. In ancient times, Fuerteventura was divided into two kingdoms, and a wall was built across the Jandía peninsula to mark the border. Remnants of that wall are still visible today inland from Matas Blancas (White Groves), 42 km (26 miles) south of Pájara on Highway GC640.
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