1. Presentation of the website.
Under Article 6 of the Law n° 2004-575 of 21st June 2004, regarding confidence in the digital economy, users of the web site www.collioure.com/
are informed of the identity of various parties involved in creating and monitoring the website: :
Owner: Collioure Tourist Office – Place du 18 juin - BP 2 66190 COLLIOURE
Publication manager: Philippe Moncelet – email@example.com
The publication manager is an individual or legal entity.
Webmaster: Constellation – firstname.lastname@example.org
Credits: legal information is provided by SubDelirium Agence Communication Angoulême
Service provider: OVH SAS – 2 rue Kellermann 59100 Roubaix France
2. Conditions générales d’utilisation du site et des services proposés.
By accessing the site www.collioure.com/
, you are accepting the following terms and conditions.
Terms and conditions are subject to change without warning, and thus users of the website are advised to review them regularly.
This site is normally accessible to users at all times. Access to the web site www.collioure.com may be suspended temporarily to carry out technical maintenance, in which case users will be informed of the date and hour of the procedure.
www.collioure.com/ is regularly updated by Adèle Motte.
Legal information is also subject to change at any time, and will remain legally binding on the user, who is therefore advised to review our legal information as often as possible to be aware of any changes.
3. Description of services provided
The web site www.collioure.com aims to provide information on all company activities.
Collioure Tourist Office strives to provide accurate information on www.collioure.com. However, we cannot be held responsible for update omissions, errors and failures, whether they are provided by us or by third parties. All information on www.collioure.com/ is for your guidance only, and is liable to change. Moreover, the information on www.collioure.com/ is not exhaustive.
All information is subject to changes that may have taken place after the information was published online.
4. Contractual Limitations regarding Technical Data
The website cannot be held responsible for material damage linked to use of the site.
Moreover, the user is advised to access the website using up-to-date hardware with no viruses, and an up-to-date browser.
5. Intellectual property and counterfeiting
Collioure Tourist Office owns the intellectual property rights and holds user rights on all elements of the site, notably text, images, graphics, logos, icons, sounds and software.
Any partial or total reproduction, representation, modification, publication or adaptation, by any means whatsoever, is strictly forbidden without prior written permission from:
Collioure Tourist Office
Any unauthorised use of the website or any of its contents will be considered as counterfeit and prosecuted in accordance with articles L.335-2 and the Intellectual Property Code.
6. Limitations of liability
Collioure Tourist Office will not be held liable for direct or indirect damage caused to the user's equipment, when accessing the Collioure Tourist Office website, either resulting from using hardware that does not meet specifications indicated in point 4, or due to the appearance of a bug or incompatibility.
Collioure Tourist Office will also not be held liable for indirect damage (such as market loss and missed opportunities) following use of the website www.collioure.com..
Interactive areas (asking questions on our contact page) are for use by site visitors.
Collioure Tourist Office reserves the right to remove, without prior formal notice, any content which contravenes French legislation, particularly provisions concerning the protection of personal data.
Collioure Tourist Office also reserves the right to impose civil and/or criminal liabilities on the user, particularly for messages that are of a racist, abusive, defamatory or pornographic nature, irrespective of the medium used (text, image, etc).
7. Personal Data Management
In France, personal data is protected under the Law n° 78-87 on the 6th January 1978, Law n° 2004-801 on the 6th August 2004, article L. 226-13 of the European Directive Penal Code from the 24th October 1995.
Collioure Tourist Office collects certain information from users who access the web site www.collioure.com/: the Internet URL address of the links through which the user has reached www.collioure.com/, the user's access providers, the user's IP address.
In any case, Collioure Tourist Office will only collect any personal data related to the user for the use of certain services offered by the website www.collioure.com/.
This information is knowingly provided by the user, when he or she enters it directly. The user of the site www.collioure.com/ will be informed if it is compulsory or not to provide this information.
In accordance with Articles 38 and following the L.78-17 of the 6th January 1978 concerning information technology, files and individual liberties, users have the right to access, change and challenge any personal data concerning them. To do so, a written and signed request should be sent, together with a copy of a signed proof of identity, specifying the address to which the response should be sent.
No personal information of users of the site www.collioure.com/ is published without the user's knowledge, nor is it exchanged, transferred, ceded or sold to third parties.
Only the repurchase of Collioure Tourist Office and its rights would allow the transmission of said information to the possible purchaser, who would then be bound by the same obligation to retain and modify data vis à vis the user of the website www.collioure.com/..
This site is registered with CNIL
The databases are protected by the Law dating the 1st July 1988 transposing the Directive 96/9 on the 11th March 1996 concerning legal protection of databases.
8. Hypertext links and cookies
With the permission of Collioure Tourist Office, the web site www.collioure.com/ contains some hypertext links to other sites.
However, Collioure Tourist Office is unable to verify the content of sites visited by these links, and thus cannot be held responsible.
Cookies may be stored on the user's computer when they visit www.collioure.com/.
'Cookies' are small files that collect information about how visitors use the www.collioure.com/ website. They cannot be used to identify the user.
Data collected via cookies is used to improve subsequent visits to the site, and to enable various measures of visit frequency.
Refusing to install a cookie can result in the user not being able to access certain services.
The user can disable cookies at any time by changing their browser settings:
For Internet Explorer users: Tools/Internet Options
Click on the 'Privacy' tab and select 'Disable Cookies'.
Confirm by clicking OK.
For Netscape users: Edit/Preferences
Click on the 'Advanced' tab and select 'Disable Cookies'.
Confirm by clicking OK.
9. Applicable laws and jurisdictions
Any disputes relating to the use of www.collioure.com/ shall be subject to French law.
Exclusive jurisdiction shall be granted to the relevant courts in Paris.
10. The main laws concerned.
Law n° 78-87 on the 6th January 1978, amended by Law n° 2004-801 on the 6th August 2004, relating to information technology, files and individual liberties.
Law n° 2004-575 of the 21st June 2004 relating to confidence in the digital economy.
All images and photographs used on www.collioure.com are protected by copyright, and are the property of Philippe Maé, a professional photographer.
The brochures are the property of Collioure Tourist Office.