The area around Fajãzinha contains farmlands that extends up to 300 to 400 m above sea level or the Atlantic, the Chã das Caldeiras is to the south and features grasslands, rocks and ledges and bushes, the Atlantic Ocean can be seen to the south and southeast. The living standards are in the low range as well as its income, one time, there were no money until the late-20th century. The village is in the island's low class. Every house are built with mud-brick and stone. All of its population are farmers and are based in agriculture where banana plantations, pineapple and other crops are common. However, a part of the needy materials comes from the island capital, the island capital and the diaspora. But for other needs, electricity, communications and appliances are partially available in the area as well as phone lines since the mid to late-20th century. A part of the necessities also comes from the island capital.