Ventalina Plum Organic Cotton Beach Towel
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Ventalina Plum Organic Cotton Beach Towel
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affina ventalina purple beach towel
affina ventalina purple beach towel
affina organic beach towels

Ventalina Plum Organic Cotton Beach Towel

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Sculpted in a natural Gorgonia Ventalina (Sea Fan) pattern, our Ventalina organic cotton beach towels are woven by some of the finest towel weavers in Portugal. These luxuriously oversized beach towels, in a lush 450 gsm weight, are sculpted in soft terry velour on the front with a solid loop terry back. Available in Plum and Bright RedFeatured in 

Maria Menounos Beach Bag in Coastal Living Magazine.

Water Symbol
GORGONIA VENTALINA  I  Common Sea Fan
Gorgonia Ventalina, or the common sea fan, is a species of coral with a branching, fan-shaped skeleton that grows in colonies. The elaborately textured fans in brilliant hues wave gracefully underwater, as the ocean’s vibrant surprise.

FEATURES

  • Large 40x71 inches Size
  • 100% Organic Cotton
  • Low-Impact, Fiber Reactive Dyes
  • GOTS Certified
  • Certification of the organic fibres complies with USDA (NOP) National Organic Program rules
  • STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certified by Citive #133
  • Made in Portugal

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