Pájara is a leafy oasis set amid a desert landscape. But what has really put the place on the map is its unique 17th-century Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de Regla. The exterior is Aztec-inspired with its animal motifs. The simple retables behind the altar also have influences flowing back to Mexico and are more subdued than the baroque excesses of mainland Spain (stick a coin in the machine on the right at the entrance to light them up). Don’t forget to look up; there’s a magnificent carved wooden ceiling.
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