Hotel La Torre del Canónigo ®, Ibiza, Spain - Official Website
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La Torre del Canónigo Small Luxury Hotel,

is located in Dalt Vila, the historic centre of the town.

of the city and a UNESCO

World Heritage Site.



The site is characterised by the ancient Renaissance

Renaissance walls that surround it,

forming part of the ancient Roman

Roman acropolis. A real dream

for all lovers of medieval architecture, Phoenician

archaeology medieval architecture,

y and for the adventurers of the staircases

and labyrinthine alleys.


The hotel is made up of different spaces,

focused on relaxation and the experience of the new luxury,

All of this accompanied by first class gastronomy.

The clients have different spaces at their disposal

to your choice of accommodation, all of them communicated

between them by the swimming pool terrace, as well as by the

its unique medieval streets.



The tower stands out for its peculiar architecture, the result of a mixture of Arab and Christian culture, traces of which have been immortalised in its characteristic secret passages and in the emblematic Ibizan aqueduct, visible from inside the hall. 

But its history is not simply relegated to its origins, as some of the most important figures in today’s culture have experienced first-hand the majesty of this hotel, making it an obligatory stop for anyone who wants to get to know the most authentic side of Ibiza. 


El Corsario

It is located in a

10th century building,

frequented by

pirates and corsairs,

and later

later became a meeting

meeting point

of the bohemian chic scene,

that made Ibiza

into what it is today.


La Casa Puget

Jesuit convent built

in the 16th century, of which the chapel

chapel, now converted into a swimming pool and chill-out

now converted into a swimming pool and chill-out area.

It also houses a cave

which served as a refuge during the

the civil war.