AVISO LEGAL

1. GENERAL INFORMATION
Welcome to the website available through the Internet at address URL https://www.destination-spain.com/spanish (hereafter, the Website), owned by DS INCOMING MANAGEMENT S.L. (hereafter, “Destination Spain”), which we have registered as our domain name to use for our identification on the Internet. These provisions govern the use of the Internet service portal (hereafter, the Website).

In accordance with article 10 of law 34/2002, the Law on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce (“LSSICE”) and that stipulated in Law 56/2007, of 28 December, on Measures to Promote the Information Society (“LMISI”), the Website is owned by DESTINATION SPAIN, with CIF B66251356, and registered address at 08034-Barcelona, Calle Joan Obiols, nº 15-17, A, 2º 1ª.

By using this Website you become a user (hereafter, the “User”) and this implies the acceptance of all the conditions included in this Legal Notice.

Therefore, the User must carefully and frequently read this Legal Notice, as it and its conditions of use included in this Legal Notice may change.

If you want to contact DESTINATION SPAIN, you can do so by calling telephone number (+34) 630953212 or writing to us at Calle Joan Obiols, nº 15-17, A, 2º 1ª, de 08034 – Barcelona, or sending an email to ds@destination-spain.com/spanish, and we will attend to your requests for additional information on our services, as well as on our personal data protection and privacy policies.

If you wish to send us a suggestion relating to our Website or inform us on typographical or spelling errors, or broken links on our Website, you can send an email to ds@destination- spain.com.

2. INTELLECTUAL AND INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY

DESTINATION SPAIN reserves all protected rights of ownership of the intellectual and industrial property included on its Website; such as text, images, graphic design, trademarks, browsing structure, information and content, as well as any other that can identify the DESTINATION SPAIN trademark. Therefore, DESTINATION SPAIN has the
sole exploitation rights, of any type, in accordance with the Spanish legal system.
The DESTINATION SPAIN website may also contain texts, images, graphic designs or trademarks that are owned by third parties, for which the exercise of their exploitation rights in any form will solely correspond to each one of their owners.

3. CONDITIONS OF USE

The User must make proper use of the Website in accordance with the Law and this Legal Notice. The User will be liable to DESTINATION SPAIN or third parties for the damages that may be caused as a consequence of the non-compliance of this obligation.

4. EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY

Access to the website requires third-party services and supplies, the reliability, quality, continuity and operation of which is not the responsibility of DESTINATION SPAIN. Consequently, the services provided through the Website may be suspended, cancelled or be inaccessible, prior to or simultaneously with the provision of the Website service.

DESTINATION SPAIN does not make any guarantee nor will be held liable, in any circumstances, for the damages of any nature that may arise due to the lack of availability, maintenance and effective operation of the website or of its services and content; of the existence of a virus, malicious or harmful programs in the content; for use that is unlawful, negligent, fraudulent or contrary to this Legal Notice and conditions of use; or to the lack of legality, quality, reliability, usability and availability of the services provided by third parties and motions available to the users of the website.

Moreover, DESTINATION SPAIN will not be held liable under any circumstances for the damages that could arise from the illegal or improper use of this website.

5. PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION

DESTINATION SPAIN is fully committed to compliance with the personal data protection regulations and guarantees its full compliance with obligations under the regulations, as well as the implementation of the security measures stipulated in the European Data Protection Regulations and the Spanish Data Protection regulations. For more information, see our Privacy Policy.

6. COMMUNICATION OF UNLAWFUL AND IMPROPER ACTIVITIES

If the User or any other person using the Internet has knowledge that the linked sites include pages whose content and services are unlawful, harmful, denigrating, violent or contrary to morals can contact DESTINATION SPAIN at the email address ds@destination-spain.com/spanish.

7. LEGISLATION

This Legal Notice is governed in each of its points by Spanish law.
DATA PROTECTION AND PRIVACY POLICY

DS INCOMING MANAGEMENT SL (hereafter “CONTROLLER” or “DESTINATION SPAIN”)
is responsible for processing the User’s personal data and informing them that this data will be processed in accordance with that laid down in the current personal data protection regulations, Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 (GDPR) relating to the protection of physical persons as regards the processing of personal data and the free circulation of this data, as well as the Spanish regulations that are applicable, for which the following information on the processing is provided:

1. As a User of the Website, the General Conditions and the Privacy Policy, you accept the content of this Data Protection clause.

2. This Privacy Policy is applicable to the User while browsing throughout the Website.

3. Responsibility for the file The personal data collected by the Controller will be incorporated into a file that is the responsibility of DESTINATION SPAIN, with CIF B66251356 and registered address in Barcelona, Calle Joan Obiols, nº 15-17, A, 2º 1ª, post code 08034.

DESTINATION SPAIN will ensure the accuracy and veracity of the personal data collected; therefore, on its own initiative or at the request of the User, it will complete, rectify or delete all personal data that is incomplete, inexact or obsolete.

The Controller has designated a person responsible for the data for the exercising of your rights. For this purpose, the User can contact this person at the following email address: ds@destination-spain.com/spanish.

4. Type of data collected through the Website

DESTINATION SPAIN’s privacy policy prevents the collection of sensitive or private data of our customers or web users. Therefore, we do not request at any time data such as: racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious beliefs, union affiliation, genetic or biometric data, sexual orientation or data that identifies the conduct of the Users.

The only data that we request of our website Users is the name of the contact person, as well as their email with the aim of sending information on new services and products in the form of newsletters.
Moreover, we also request invoicing data from our customers for the processing, management and if applicable, invoicing of the provided service.

5. Purposes

The data provided by DESTINATION SPAIN’s customer or that results from the browsing of the website is used for various purposes that are listed below:

a) Sending of a newsletter: The information provided when the registered User creates their account may be used by DESTINATION SPAIN to send them a newsletter, as well as product alerts and other information relating to DESTINATION SPAIN, both by conventional means and by electronic means, such as email or mobile telephone, provided that the sending of these communications is expressly requested or authorised by the User.

 

If you do not wish to receive these types of communications from DESTINATION SPAIN, when you create your registered User account, you can choose not to receive future communications from us by deselecting the corresponding option on the registration form. Furthermore, the User can unsubscribe from this service from their registered User account, by email or ordinary mail addressed to the person responsible for the database. In compliance with the data protection regulations, you have the right to subscribe or unsubscribe, whenever you wish, from receiving these communications. As well as updating the email address, you can also ask to be automatically unsubscribed through any communication that you receive.

b) Sending and invoicing of orders: The information that our customers provide us with for processing their orders is used for invoicing the services that the company provides.

6. Transfer of data to third parties:

The Data Processing Controller will not provide, communicate or transfer to third parties the personal data or any other information provided without your prior and express consent as a User, with the single exception in those cases where it is strictly necessary for enabling the provision of the service, such as web hosting services or the transport agency responsible for the delivery of the purchase at the address provided for that purpose. In any event, a legal agreement will be signed by third parties to which personal data is provided or communicated to guarantee compliance with this Privacy Policy, as well as all the other obligations contained in the applicable current regulations.

7. Cookie Policy
This website uses its own and third-party cookies, both during the browsing session and permanently, in order to function correctly, obtain information on traffic or record the actions and preferences of users for the future.

A cookie is a small file that the website asks your browser to install on your computer or mobile device. The cookie allows the website to remember your actions or preferences in the future. The majority of existing browsers are compatible with the cookies, but you can configure the browser not to install them and also delete them whenever you want.

You can control or delete the cookies as you wish (further information, go to www.aboutcookies.org. Bear in mind that you have to configure your cookie preferences in each browser (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Safari). Normally there is a series of ways in which the cookies can be managed, for example: Fully enable or disable the cookies; delete some specific cookies that have already been stored in the browser; block certain websites so they they do not store cookies on the computer; or block third-party cookies (cookies that are stored on your computer that are not from the site that you are visiting). You can delete all the cookies that are on the computer and configure most browsers to prevent them being installed. Nevertheless, if you do this, you may have to manually configure some preferences each time that you visit a website and some functionalities and services may not function.

This website uses different types of cookies:
▪ Technical cookies These are strictly necessary for the website to function correctly.
▪ Functional cookies These are necessary for offering the services that users on the website request.
▪ Analytic cookies These allow us to see the way in which users move around the website and record what content they look at and what interests them, this helps us improve the services that we offer to users and ensure that they find the information that they are looking for.
▪ Social cookies These allow us to offer functionalities related to social networks (Facebook, Google and Twitter), in order to enable and control interaction with social widgets on the website.
▪ Affiliate cookies These allow us to monitor the visits from affiliated websites.
▪ Advertising cookies They obtain information on your preferences and choices on the website. Their target is the advertising networks that they later use to display personalised advertising to the customer on other websites.
▪ Identification cookies These allow us to identify visitors and relate them to the personal data that we have in our files, in order to be able to send personal communications that are relevant to each user.
8. Data storage criteria

The data will be stored while there is a User interest in maintaining the purpose of the processing, that is, while the subscription is not cancelled through the exercise of their right of erasure.
If their right of erasure is exercised, the data will be retained in a restricted way at the disposal of the authorities during the legal period, in order to attend to the possible responsibilities that both the source of the processing and the use of the data generate.
In the case of invoicing data, this will be duly retained during the time that is necessary for the State Tax Administration Agency.

9. Rights that aid the User:

1. Right to withdraw consent at any time.

2. Right of access, rectification and erasure of their data and to the limitation or opposition to its processing.

a. Right of access: The person concerned will have the right to request and obtain free of charge the information on their personal data subjected to processing, the origin of that data, as well as the communications carried out or that it is intended to make with it. When the person concerned submits the request by electronic means, and unless it is requested that it is provided in a different way, information must be provided in an electronic format in common use. The right to obtain a copy will not adversely affect the rights and freedoms of others.

b. Right of rectification and erasure: the data controller is obliged to implement the right of rectification or erasure of the concerned person within 10 days. The personal data that is not being processed in compliance with the law must be rectified or erased, as applicable, and, in particular, when this data is inaccurate or incomplete, the person will have the right, without undue delay, to the rectification of the inaccurate personal data that concerns them. The person concerned has the right to the completion of the personal data that is incomplete, including by means of an additional statement.
c. Right to processing limitation: the person concerned has the right to limit the processing of their data by the data controller.
d. Right of opposition: the person concerned has the right to oppose at any time, for reasons relating to their particular situation, that personal data that concerns them (public interest and legitimate interest), the data being subject to processing, including the preparation of profiles based on these provisions. The controller must stop processing the personal data, unless it has compelling legitimate reasons for the processing that prevail over
the interests, the rights and the freedoms of the person concerned for the formulation, the exercise and the defence of claims.

The user has the right to make a complaint or claim to the Spanish Data Protection Agency (www.agpd.es).
If the person concerned wishes to exercise one of these rights, they must write to us at Calle Joan Obiols, nº 15-17, A, 2º 1ª, de 08034- Barcelona, or by email to the address DESTINATION SPAIN provides to Users, together with the copy of their DNI, NIE, passport or official document that allows us to confirm their identity. The exercise of any of these rights is free of charge.

10. Minors

Persons under the age of 18 cannot provide any information to DESTINATION SPAIN without the authorisation of their father, mother or guardian, nor can they enter into a contract without this authorisation, unless it is permitted by current regulations.

11. Legitimate interest for data processing

The legal basis that legitimises the processing of data is the general interest of DESTINATION SPAIN. The legal basis of the data that we use is based on express consent, with the aim of offering you our products and services and to keep you up to date with offers and promotions.

 

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