At the back of the Serra, beyond the area once covered by the fake cave, is the Moresca Tower, also inspired by architectural and decorative models from the Arab world.
A large spiral staircase leads to three small rooms on three floors: a small room on the first floor, a kitchen on the second and a small and very refined dining room on the third.
Outside the tower there is still a small iron staircase that originally led to a loggia above the cave.
The most interesting room is undoubtedly the Dining Room on the top floor: hexagonal in shape, with rich Moorish decorations, it has walls worked with stucco shining with gold and silver on crimson and ultramarine blue backgrounds, while the windows are flanked by columns decorated with arabesques in silver and cobalt blue.
From historical documentation we learn that along the walls of the room there were covered seats made of fine damask (no longer found), while in the centre of the room stood a large circular sofa, which at the appropriate time was raised with a mechanical winch, to make way for a table that came up from the kitchens.
Unfortunately, nothing remains of the table and the sofa canopy, but the mechanism is still perfectly legible in the inserts of the sliding guides left in the masonry.