We travelled up from Mar Menor to visit this museum and the gaudi inspired church just outside of the village. The 'museum' is excellent - a town house decorated and furnished in Spanish art nouveau style. The thing that sets it apart is the warmth, accessibility and approachability of the interiors. Whilst the Gaudi houses in Barcelona command admiration for the designer's vision and skill, they can be a bit austere and you wouldn't necessarily want to live in them. This, however, is different, we could happily pictures ourselves, in the early years of the 20th century, surrounded by this beautiful furniture and decor. Plus, admission is free!!
The church, outside of the village is also worth a look and is clearly inspired by Gaudi's Sagrada Familia in Barcelona.
Novelda is a little out of the way but well worth a detour on the basis of the museum alone. The church is a bonus.
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