Kilometer 66

Andalusia

88.00
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Andalusia

88.00

This scarf has a life of its own.

The vignette of signage pointing to villages in the mountains south of Granada has a way of transporting us every time we need a travel fix. We highly recommend reaching for it when you want a 30-second escape.  In no time, you'll be dreaming of far-away lands and the road less traveled!

Our scarves measure 48" x 48" and are made from a carefully chosen blend of 30% silk and 70% modal, making them ethereal, wispy, and softer than these pictures can portray.

Keep on scrolling for lots of styling inspiration and the story behind the photo.

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This scarf has a life of its own.

The vignette of signage pointing to villages in the mountains south of Granada has a way of transporting us every time we need a travel fix. We highly recommend reaching for it when you want a 30-second escape.  In no time, you'll be dreaming of far-away lands and the road less traveled!

Our scarves measure 48" x 48" and are made from a carefully chosen blend of 30% silk and 70% modal, making them ethereal, wispy, and softer than these pictures can portray.

Keep on scrolling for lots of styling inspiration and the story behind the photo.

 
Arcos de la Frontera. Grazalema. Zahara. Setenil de las Bodegas. The very names of Andalusia’s justifiably famous pueblos blancos call to the traveler’s soul, a roll-call of mystical places whose roots trace back through centuries of history.

A dizzying array of “white hill towns” crowns the crests and adorns the heights overlooking Spain’s southernmost coast between Cadiz and Malaga - a rough-jeweled necklace around the proud shoulders of Ronda, undisputed queen of the region.

But unbeknownst to many, another cluster of pueblos blancos lies further east, tucked into ravines cut deep into the lofty Sierra Nevada mountains southeast of Granada. Founded mostly by moorish inhabitants fleeing the Reconquista in the 14th and 15th centuries, the Alpujarra hill towns are not on the road to anywhere but themselves. And they like it that way, just fine.

Orgiva. Capileira. Soportujar. Pampaneira. These towns have a cadence, and a story, all their own.
— Photographer's Notes