In accordance with what is set forth in the Spanish Law 34/2002 on Information Technologies Services and Electronic Commerce, and in compliance with the Legislative Royal Decree 1/2007, herein we present our company details:
Smart Holidays Andalusia, Sociedad Cooperativa Andaluza
Address: Heroe de Sostoa 87, 9º 18
SUBJECT MATTER AND SCOPE
The use of any of the services provided by Smart Holidays Andalusia, S.C.A, (hereafter SHA), including the informative use of this website, means the express acceptance of all the policies presented below in this section.
Additionally, these conditions will be of subsidiary application to those others that on the same matters are established on ad-hoc basis, and which are communicated to the client (or user) by registration forms, contracts, specific terms and conditions for SHA’s products and services, or any other sources of information delivered by SHA. The policies below will remain complementary to the latter ones in all those aspects not covered by the ad-hoc documents and wherever no open contradiction is identified.
The client warrants that the SHA’s service or product of interest is not hired for any purpose that is unlawful or harmful to the rights or the legitimate interests held by third parties regarding intellectual and industrial property, and others.
The client promises to keep active, operational and updated the contact details provided to SHA in the application form.
SHA will use e-mail as the preferential mean of communication.
SHA website users who hire services or products through the website https://www.smartholidaysandalusia.com recognize that they are over 18 years old, or the corresponding adult legal age in their home country. Contracts taken out by minors requires authorization from parents, guardians or legal representative who shall be considered liable for the contract taken out by the minors in their charge. Minors shall seek the authorization to successfully conclude the contracting process.
SHA may modify, without notice, the information contained on its website, its configuration and presentation. The changes and modifications which are carried out in this platform will not affect the services and/or products which have been already contracted, which will remain in accordance with the terms and conditions already agreed in the existing contract, which will be used as a proof contracting.
COMMITMENT AGAINST MISSLEADING ADVERTISING
SHA undertakes not to engage in misleading advertising. For this purpose, therefore, it will not be considered false advertising formal or numeric errors which may be found in the content of the various sections of the SHA’s web, produced as a result of maintenance or update incomplete or faulty information contained in these sections. SHA, following the provisions of this paragraph, undertakes to correct the faults identified as soon as SHA becomes aware of such errors.
In compliance with what is set forth in the Spanish Law 34/2002 about Information Society Services and e-Commerce, SHA commits to submit no commercial or promotional communications via e-mail or any other equivalent electronic communication means without the corresponding proper identification of their nature, and without having the previous authorization or consent from the recipients.
All the information submitted by SHA to their clients related to concrete contractual relationships already established, including information material, training and preparation documents, as well as any other submissions necessary for SHA to fulfill the contractual commitments in place, will not be considered as commercial or promotional communications.
Those recipients who have submitted their authorization or consent for receiving commercial or promotional communications can rectify their position and deny their authorization or consent by communicating to SHA their wish to modify their treatment status. The communication will have to be submitted properly identified to any of the contact details given in www.smartholidaysandalusia.com
SHA is not responsible for the non-compliance of any applicable norm by the user in their access to the website www.smartholidaysandalusia.com or any of its subdomains, and/or in the use of the information displayed in these platforms.
SHA will not be responsible for any damages, whatever their nature, derived from the use of the information, the contents of this website and the programs included in it.
The links and the hypertexts that allow the user, through the current website, the access to benefits and/or services offered by third parties do not belong to SHA, nor are under their control. SHA denies any kind of responsibility on the information displayed by those third parties, or on the effects that that information may produce in the user. SHA is not responsible for the illegitimate use that those third parties may make of the brand names, product names and/or trademarks that, not owned by them. Neither shall SHA assume any liability deriving from the lack of veracity, completeness, accuracy or updating of the data or information contained on the non-SHA’s pages that are accessible through this website.
You must not use this website in any way that causes, or may cause, damage to the website or impairment of the availability or accessibility of the website; or in any way which is unlawful, illegal, fraudulent or harmful, or in connection with any unlawful, illegal, fraudulent or harmful purpose or activity.
You must not use this website to copy, store, host, transmit, send, use, publish or distribute any material which consists of (or is linked to) any spyware, computer virus, Trojan, worm, keystroke logger, rootkit or other malicious computer software.
You must not conduct any systematic or automated data collection activities (including, without limitation, scraping, data mining, data extraction and data harvesting) on, or in relation to, this website without SHA’s express written consent.
You must not use this website to transmit or send unsolicited commercial communications.
LANGUAGE AND CONTRACTS
SHA offers the contracts for their products, the contracting procedures and the information published in their website in English language. All this information is also available in Spanish language, being submitted to the client upon request.
SHA saves in electronic format a copy of all the communications with the clients involving contractual documentation about the selected product or services.
PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
In accordance with what is set forth in the Spanish Organic Law 15/1999, on December 13th, on Personal Data Protection (hereafter SOL-PDP), and in the Spanish Royal Decree 1720/2007, on December 21st, that approves the specific developing regulations for the law (hereafter SRD-PDP), SHA declares their policy related to the management of personal data and their protection. This policy will be of application to any SHA’s user who, voluntarily, contacts SHA by email, complete any of the SHA’s forms, formalize a contractual relationship with SHA, and/or make use of any other services provided at SHA’s website which require the transfer of personal data to SHA or the access of SHA to personal data.
SHA informs the website user of the existence of several treatments and files involving the personal data provided, whose responsible is SHA and whose registered office is at Heroe de Sostoa 87, 9º 18, 29002 Málaga, Spain, where all those data are collected and properly stored attending the statements in this policy.
The submission of an email to SHA, or the communication to SHA of any personal data by any other mean, implies the free, explicit, informed and specific acceptance of the treatment of those personal data in compliance with the current policy and with the only purpose of attending the received communications.
When contractual relationships are established, SHA will only use the minimum amount of personal data necessary to maintain successfully the commercial transactions. These personal data will be treated according to this policy, including their up to date preservation in appropriate files during the legally binding deadlines.
SHA allows the client to indicate their preference regarding commercial communications when establishing the first contact with SHA through the existing forms and standard communication templates. Their preference on this matter can be modified at any time and as many times as requested by sending a properly identified petition to SHA.
Whenever a client or user of SHA has explicitly agreed to receive commercial and/or promotional communications from SHA, the provided personal data will be exclusively used for that purpose. These communications will be submitted by email, postal mail or any other means authorized by the client.
Whenever SHA have to have access or treat personal data belonging to the clients for the convenient provision of the contracted services, SHA will be responsible for the operations involving the referred data, which will be carried out in accordance with the current policy, with the Art. 12 in SOL-PDP and with the SRD-PDP.
The user shall execute at any time their rights of access, correction, modification, cancellation and opposition on their given personal data; these rights will be executed by addressing a communication through any of the alternatives given in the contact section of the website https://www.smartholidaysandalusia.com. All the communications submitted to SHA involving personal data protection issues shall be properly identified by the user, proving a copy of an official document of the owner of the personal data whose rights on data protection are to be executed.
SHA informs that, unless a legally validated representative exists, no user or client shall utilize other person’s identity and/or communicate on their behalf; therefore, the user/client contacting SHA for personal data and personal data protection matters shall only communicate data corresponding to their own identity and which are adequate, current, precise and true.
The user/client will be the one and only responsible and accountable to the law due to any damages (direct or indirect) which could be caused to third parties or to SHA by the use of personal data belonging to another person, or by the use of their own personal data being these ones false, wrong, not-up-to-date, inadequate or offensive. The user or client who communicates personal data belonging to a third person will be responsible towards him/her of informing him/her as obliged in the Article 5.4 in the SOL-PDP for these cases, as well as of the consequences of informing the represented person.
In accordance with what is set forth in the Article 11 of SOL-PDP about reporting of personal data for legal compliance with the administrations or any other accredited organs or agencies, SHA shall transmit or communicate personal data of the users or clients of SHA to the institutional petitioners, at their request. Additionally, attending the prescriptions in the Spanish Law 25/2007, the user of this website is informed that SHA shall store and preserve some data related to the generated web traffic during the communication processes.
SHA will not lease, rent, sell, donate or transfer the stored personal data of the website users and/or clients to any other third parties, apart from the institutional ones mentioned above.
SHA declares that, in compliance with what is set forth in the SOL-PDP & SRD-PDP, the necessary number and quality of technical and organizational measures have been implemented to guarantee the security of the personal data held by SHA, according to the existing legal requisites, to the state of the art in the matter, to the nature of the different data stored, and to the existing risks for each type of information. These secured files will contain exclusively the personal data necessary for specific activity they have been created, and they will be handled using the proper hardware and software mechanisms to guarantee their correct protection.
SHA guarantees absolute confidentiality towards the data collected and stored.
As stated in the Article 12 in the SOL-PDP and in the corresponding sections in the SRD-PDP, it will not be considered an action of communication or transfer or treatment of personal data belonging to SHA clients or users when those actions on data held by SHA are necessary for the adequate provision of services that have been already hired by the clients with SHA or requested by them to the company. In these cases, SHA will be responsible for this treatment of the personal data, which will be accessed and managed according to the following principles:
- ·SHA will exclusively treat the personal data respecting the terms and conditions agreed with the client on the subject, and they will not be used for any other purpose, nor will be communicated to third parties.
- ·SHA will not be responsible when, attending the direct request from the client, the personal data are transferred to a third party appointed by the client according to the prescriptions in the SOL-PDP & in the SRD-PDP.
- ·Once the contracted services have been provided by SHA, all the personal data stored by SHA in ad hoc files, together with any documents containing personal data from the client which was created or used during the provision of the service will be destroyed.
- ·Legal obligations to preserve some of the information managed by SHA for a longer period of time may apply. In these cases, the data will be blocked and stored in a specific filing system; once the latest deadline for the preservation of the data has expired, the references will be deleted.
- ·SHA is obliged to a duty of professional secrecy involving all the personal data of their clients or users, (Article 10 in the SOL-PDP). This duty shall be extended to any contractor or partner company working for SHA that has access to personal data of clients or users of SHA. The obligation of professional secrecy will be held unlimitedly in time.
The access to the personal data of clients/users held by SHA will be executed under the security measures described in the Section VIII of the SRD-PDP. These prescriptions will be considered minimum standards, and SHA shall implement any additional measures which, either are prescribed by new legislation in the matter, or are developed technologically achieving the status of proven technologies in the subject.
The current provider of SHA for the existing website and its web services, uses “cookies” while surfing its own website (http://www.guebs.com); SHA assumes that the same “cookies” based system is used by defect in all the webpages created under a GEBS platform.
“Cookies” are small files that the GUEBS’ servers send to the https://www.smartholidaysandalusia.com users’ computers and that are used to automatically collect technical info about the accessing IP address, the times and dates of the visit/s, as well as the sections used in the website. Users can set up their web browsers to be noticed whenever a “cookie” is transmitted. Besides, users can set up their IT pieces of equipment to cancel all kind of “cookies” transactions; this cancellation will not affect the functionalities of the web https://www.smartholidaysandalusia.com.
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GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR CONTRACTING THEMATIC TOURISM SERVICES OR SUPPLIES WITH SHA
The touristic products which are offered in the website www.smartholidaysandalusia.com have been created by SHA (also known as the organizer), whose legal identification and contact details are presented in the first section of this document.
THEMATIC TOURISM SERVICES
Three different types of thematic tourism services are offered by SHA, whose main features are described below:
– Half Day: Guided and organized thematic tours for reduced groups (2-12 travelers) focused in concrete aspects of specific thematic areas related to the material and/or immaterial heritage of Andalusia, with a character remarkably interactive and educational. The standard duration of the Half Day activities ranges between 2,5 and 5 hours and hosting and transport services are not included; meals and drinks are all included, as in the terms and conditions described in the specific program of the activity.
– Full Day: Guided and organized thematic tours for reduced groups (2-12 travelers) focused in concrete aspects of specific thematic areas related to the material and/or immaterial heritage of Andalusia, with a character remarkably interactive and educational. The standard duration of the Experiences is one (1) calendar day and hosting services are not included; transports, meals and drinks are all included, as in the terms and conditions described in the specific program of the activity.
– Packages: Guided and organized thematic tours for reduced groups (2-12 travelers) covering monographically specific thematic disciplines related to the material and/or immaterial heritage of Andalusia, with a character remarkably interactive and educational. The standard duration of the Deep Dives ranges between three (3) and ten (10) calendar days, depending on the activity. The Packages are always offered including hosting services; meals and drinks and transports are all included, as in the terms and conditions described in the specific program of the activity.
Whenever a client hires a touristic service from SHA through the website www.smartholidaysandalusia.com, he/she is explicitly and consciously accepting all the terms and conditions described in the current document, as well as those who additional conditions which will be communicated to the client in the personal ad hoc contract provided for the transaction. The conditions in the contract will never contradict the terms and conditions in the current document, or reduce the rights of the client in the process.
Booking and contracting touristic services through SHA’s website:
The client will be officially booked in the requested travel when SHA has received the written confirmation of the booking and the official notification of the payment corresponding to the activity booked. The payment will cover the whole sum of the hired service/s and they may be fulfilled by money transfer to SHA, by credit or debit card transaction, or by any of the web-based payment platforms available at www.smartholidaysandalusia.com. Once all the booking conditions are fulfilled and verified by SHA, the organizer will communicate to the client by email or text message the successful conclusion of the booking process in a period of time no longer than 24 hours.
Travelling with children:
All children below 6 years old who are travelling with their parents, accredited relatives or legal tutors enjoy SHA thematic tourism services free of charge.
Some activities may be restricted to children based on the local regulatory framework or in the criteria of eligibility and adequacy that the touristic guide maintains during the touristic service. In those cases, the children will be kept and assisted by, at least, one of the accompanying relatives, even when that means skipping the activity. No rights for costs reimbursement will exist for the traveler in these cases.
The client of thematic tourism services of SHA may freely withdraw from them at any time and for whatever reason.
The client will have the right to cancel the hired services at no penalty until 45 calendar days (for holders of SHA Packages), or 7 calendar days (for holders of SHA Full Day Activities and SHA Half Days Activities), prior to the date of the start of the activity. Cancellations from then on and until 30, or 3 calendar days (respectively for Packages, or Full Day and Half Days Activities) prior to the date of the start of the activity, a linear penalty up to 60% of the purchase price shall be charged to cover the organizational costs of SHA incurred already for the booked activity. Any cancellation after 30 or 3 calendar days (respectively for Packages, or Full Day and Half Days Activities) prior to the date of the start of the activity will accepted by SHA but no reimbursement will be executed.
When the client certifies in his/her request for the cancellation of the booking reasons of severe illness, death of an immediate family member or force majeure with direct effect over themselves or their properties (fire, flood, earthquake, storm, hurricane or other natural disaster, war, invasion, civil war, rebellion, revolution, insurrection, military or usurped power or confiscation, terrorist activities, nationalisation, government sanction, blockage, embargo, labor dispute, strike, lockout or interruption or failure of electricity), SHA will offer the client the possibility to re-schedule the thematic service, or to transfer it to a third person, without any additional charges. All payments will be executed by SHA as in the original contracted service. When the service is transferred to a third party, the latter will hold the role of client of SHA for contractual and services effects.
If the minimum number of clients requested by SHA to carry out the thematic tourism services is not achieved, SHA keeps the right to offer the inscribed clients a corrected price for the contracted services. The extra-cost will be transparently justified to the client and it will cover the additional costs derived from a group of travelers below the minimum quorum. The reviewed prices will be communicated to the registered travelers at least 10 calendar days before the finalization of the free cancelation period given to the clients for the specific activity. The new price will have to be explicitly accepted by the booked travelers. If all the additional payments from all the travelers are not received within the agreed terms and timelines, SHA keeps the right to cancel thematic tourism service; under these circumstances, all the costs will be reimbursed to the travelers without any charge.
All the prices shown for the services of SHA in the website www.smartholidaysandalusia.com include compulsory traveler’s insurances, regional and/or municipal taxes and charges, value added tax and any other taxes, charges or canons derived from the activities to be carried out.
The prices only include the services explicitly described in the commercial and contractual documents produced by SHA for the specific activity. In the event of doubt, the client should consult SHA prior to the start date of the activity in order to avoid misunderstandings or unnecessary claims. As a general rule, a strict criterion of literalness is adhered to, meaning that any item not specifically stated as being included in the travel price is not included therein.
In the case the activity depends on the weather conditions, the trip may be cancelled or rescheduled. When the alternative date is not possible for both parts (SHA and customers), the client will receive a full refund upon emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Children from 6 years old and above must to purchase the complete activity on the same price as the rest of adults. SHA will not take responsibilities for the cares and supervision of the children and adolescents more than an adult requires, so we will look the adult accompanying the kid on any time.
Breaches of these terms and conditions
Without prejudice to SMART HOLIDAYS ANDALUSIA’s other rights under these terms and conditions, if you breach these terms and conditions in any way, SMART HOLIDAYS ANDALUSIA may take such action as SMART HOLIDAYS ANDALUSIA deems appropriate to deal with the breach, including suspending your access to the website, prohibiting you from accessing the website, blocking computers using your IP address from accessing the website, contacting your internet service provider to request that they block your access to the website and/or bringing court proceedings against you.
SMART HOLIDAYS ANDALUSIA may revise these terms and conditions from time-to-time. Revised terms and conditions will apply to the use of this website from the date of the publication of the revised terms and conditions on this website. Please check this page regularly to ensure you are familiar with the current version.
This legal advice document constitute the entire agreement between you and SMART HOLIDAYS ANDALUSIA in relation to your use of this website, and supersede all previous agreements in respect of your use of this website.
Law and jurisdiction
These terms and conditions will be governed by and construed in accordance with Spanish Law, and any disputes relating to these terms and conditions will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Málaga.
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