|When the Barbary threat ceased the Canyamel tower was transformed into a farmhouse and its annex building fold. In 2009 the tower was restored and reopened, houses a small museum. The barn was converted into a restaurant.|
The ground floor is the great room, covered with a vault of gothic style, where people took refuge in the seats, the walls are pierced with loopholes for defense against the besiegers. On the ground floor, the museum traces the 700 year history of the tower - the thirteenth century to the twentieth century - through, among others, the screening of a documentary "Torre de Canyamel : Testimonio de la historia". A sand pair of mules (carro de parell) restored is exposed.
During the period of the agricultural revolution, the first floor was a large attic with large doors through which grain and other commodities were delivered for storage. The museum will now present an ethnographic collection: ceramics everyday, household items, sporting braided palm leaves, weaving carpets (nineteenth century), weaving tools, but also weapons and military furniture.
The upper floor of the tower consists of a terrace and a small ultimate tower defense (torre del homenaje or torreón) in the center of the terrace. The terrace is surrounded by a parapet and battlements battlements and is also pierced with loopholes and battlements.