Acess to information available on or througout the website is carried out without having to give personal information such as Names, Address, Post Code, E-Mail...

Exceptionally, in order to obtain further service (demand of further information, reservations, account member status,  newsletter subscription…) it is possible that personal information, essentially contact details be asked for. In this case, the user is notified in advance and the information is treated in compliance with the provisions of the law passed on December 8th 1992 concerning the treatment of personal data. Essentially, this means that:

  • Your personal information can only be collected and treated in accordance with the purpose stated at the time of collection.
  • You have the right to consult your personal information, in order to verify accuracy and correct the eventual errors incured. In order to do so you may contact the person in charge of treating your personal information, the contact information is hereunder.
  • The regional authority undertakes the utmost measures of security in order to avoid that third party users abuse any or all personal information you have communicated.


All questions and information concerning the protection of privacy on the site can be submitted to the postal address indicated on the website, also by means of E-Mail to the address


When you access the website, the servers consulted automatically collect the following information:

  • Your designated IP address at the time of your connection;
  • The time and date you accessed the website;
  • The pages consulted;
  • The type of navigator (browser) used;
  • The platform or user system intalled on your computer;
  • The search engine including the key note words used to find the website.

This information is only conserved to note the amount of visitors in the different sections of the website and to provide continous improvements.


With the aim of easing your navigation on the website as well as to optimise technical management, the internet website may occasionally use "cookies".

A "cookie" is a small piece of information that is saved by a website within the Internet navigator of your computer. This "cookie" can be recuperated during a future visit on this same website. The "cookie" can not be read by another website other than the one that created it. The website uses "cookies" for adminitrative purposes, for example, to record your preferences for certain types of information, which will avoid the user having to repeat the keyboard input at each visit to our website.

Most "cookies" only work for the duration of your session or visit. None contain information that would result in the possibility of the user being contacted by telephone, E-Mail or by Post. It is also possible for the user to configure the browser to inform them every time a "cookie" is created or to avoid them being saved.