The museum is in Sorolla's house. Most of it is left as it was when he lived there (even his paint and paintbrushes!). You almost feel as if you have been invited to lunch and that he will appear with a glass of wine for you! The house and the garden are lovely, no need to describe his wonderful paintings... I don't understand why this museum is not so well-known, but all the better for us; we were able to admire his work in peace and quiet without being rushed. Entry fee is €3,00 which made it the best value for money museum I visited during my 10 day tour of Spain! Don't miss it!
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