Located in Pajara, the Church of Nuestra Senora de Regla was built in the late 17th century. It was long under the administrative dominion of the Church of Santa Maria de Betancuria.
The Church of Santa Maria de Betancuria is part of the tourist attraction hotspot of Betancuria. It is also part of the historic patrimony of the place.
The Tuineje beaches are less numerous than the ones in La Oliva. Yet, Tuineje has two excellently developed stretches of sand: Tarajalejo and Gran Tarajal.
The Fuerteventura religious edifices are not as appealing as the countless beaches on the island. Yet, there are 4 churches which cover this tourist topic.