It is a well preserved museum which was earlier home to the famous painter Joaquin Sorolla. The building is well maintained and located away from the busy streets of Spain. You only have to pay an entry fee of 3€ which for such a pleasure was worth it (the entry is free on Sundays). The museum has housed some of the best collections of paintings by the Senor Sorolla especially the works on sea and water bodies. They all were just beautiful. The house has a beautiful garden which offers scenic view. There were audio guides which helped a lot in understanding the life of the great artist. The place is however privately funded. Overall the place has its unique charm. It is a must visit for true art lovers.
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