- The village
- Casa Bisca
- Countryside Activities
- Entertainment & Evenings
- The Surrounding Area
- prices & contact
- Loire Valley campsite
- Aquatic park
- Eating facilities
- Outdoor activities
- Tourism and the region
Date of RCS (French Register of Commerce and Companies) registration: 10-06-2015
Head office address: 19 BD CARNOT 49100 ANGERS
Trading activity: Campsites and parks for caravans and leisure vehicles (5530Z)
Legal vehicle: Simplified joint-stock company
Manager: Mr David LETELLIER
19 BD CARNOT
Tel.: +33 (0)2 85 35 97 48
82, avenue du Général Patton, 49000 Angers
Photos and videos of the Slow Village :
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Rights of access to and modification of your data:
You have rights of access, alteration, correction and removal of data pertaining to you (Article 34 of the laws on “Data Protection and Freedom of Information” number 78-17 made 16 January 1978). To exercise this right send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
“Personal Information” is defined as any information which will enable you to be individually identified. Usually this will be a surname, an address, a telephone number or an e-mail address.
PERSONAL DATA AND COOKIES
SLOW VILLAGE respects the concerns of its website users relating to the confidentiality of personal information provided.
SLOW VILLAGE ensures compliance with the obligations of the French Data Protection Authority (known as the “CNIL”).
is a data processor under the French Data Protection Law passed on 6th January 1978, amended in 2004, and under the European Directive of 24th October 1995 (together referred to below as the “Data Protection Legislation”). As such SLOW VILLAGE is likely to collect personal data (surnames, forenames, contact details and similar information) or non-personal data (preferences, favourites information and other related details) during user visits to our Internet site (referred to below as the “Site”) so as to able to identify users, to offer them customised services, or even to make improvements to the Site and take account of user views.
1 – RECIPIENTS OF DATA COLLECTED
SLOW VILLAGE is the data recipient.
In any given case, SLOW VILLAGE only transmits users’ personal data to a third party when:
SLOW VILLAGE can also send users’ personal data to third-party service providers as part of statistical analyses on Site use, and for Site optimisation purposes. When used in this context, users’ personal data will remain anonymous.
2 – PURPOSES OF DATA COLLECTION
Throughout the Site, SLOW VILLAGE collects user data which is strictly necessary for the following purposes:
SLOW VILLAGE is committed to processing and retaining all personal data entrusted to it by the user in line with the provisions of the Data Protection Legislation, solely to keep the user informed of the SLOW VILLAGE news, and to enable him or her to benefit, as a priority, from goods and services linked to the activities of SLOW VILLAGE.
3 – DATA STORAGE AND SECURITY
Data is stored for a period which does not exceed the necessary duration, regarding the purposes for which it is collected, as stated below :
For the management of subscription to the campsite newsletter, data is retained for as long as the subscription is active. All such data will be deleted within a 2-month time limit starting from the point the given user unsubscribes.
All other data will be kept for a time limit of 2 years.
SLOW VILLAGE has endeavoured to implement all necessary precautions to protect the confidentiality and security of personal data processed, and to prevent its distortion, damage or destruction, and prevent unauthorised third-party access to the data.
Technical and organisational security measures, which comply with modern technology, in particular those falling within the sphere of information systems, have been instituted.
However, SLOW VILLAGE cannot control all risks linked to Internet operation, and draws users’ attention to the existence of potential risks which are inherent in both Internet use and operation.
4 – RIGHTS OF USERS
Users have at any time, in compliance with the Data Protection Legislation, a right of access, updating, rectification and deletion of personal data. They may exercise this through sending a request (indicating clearly the request subject matter) by Internet to the following e-mail address:
Alternatively send the request by post to the following address:
19 BD CARNOT
SLOW VILLAGE undertakes to deal with such requests within 7 business days.
We inform the user of his or her right, in compliance with the Data Protection Legislation, at any time to oppose the processing, for legitimate reasons, of data having a personal nature which relates to him or her.
5 – COOKIES, DATA NAVIGATION AND LOCALIZATION
When accessing the Site, and after the user has agreed to continue with navigation on our website, a cookie can be installed and be retained for a maximum 13-month duration either in the user’s computer memory or hard disk, so as to facilitate navigation of the Site. A cookie does not enable users to be identified as such but it is an element which serves to register data relating to Site navigation (this includes pages consulted, the date and time of consultation and other factors).
The Cookies provided enable :
Every user can refuse the registration of cookies by modifying the parameters of their Internet navigator. However, this process will lead to the deletion of all cookies used by the navigator, including those used by other websites. This can lead to the modification or the loss of certain changes or data. The deletion of cookies may have the effect of altering Site navigation, or even making such navigation difficult.
To account for the management of cookies and user choices, each navigator is configured differently. The configuration is detailed in the help menu of the navigators given below, which will enable the user to know how to alter his cookie preferences.
Deactivation of online cookies:
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Use of online platforms to control advertising cookies:
Go to the site Youronlinechoices, offered by the digital marketing professionals grouped together under the banner of the European association known as the EDAA (European Digital Advertising Alliance). On Youronlinechoices you can refuse or accept cookies used by advertising professionals, who are members of this association.
Please note that deleting cookies may modify Site navigation or indeed make such navigation difficult.
Network security and confidentiality:
The messages which you send us via the Internet can be intercepted on the network. Until they reach us, their confidentiality cannot be guaranteed.
Please ensure that you do not disclose unnecessary personal or confidential information, sensitive information or information coming from a third party. In addition, the indication of the origin of the electronic messages which we receive may be altered in some way. Consequently, if you wish to communicate such information to us, it is imperative that you use the post. Hence, any complaint, notice or request for advice sent through the Internet will not be taken into account.
Please make your requests through the post only. To obtain more information on the procedures to be adopted or current ongoing issues, please make contact with the company Slow Village in writing.
Use of site information and copyright:
The use of any document coming from the site belonging to the company Slow Village is only authorised as information for private use. Use for all other purposes is strictly forbidden.
The company Slow Village strives to ensure, to the best of its ability, that information disseminated on this site is both accurate and up to date. The company does, however, reserve the right to correct the contents at any time and without warning.
It also alerts the visitor that it is his responsibility to check the information by other means including by contacting the company.
As a consequence, the company Slow Village disclaims all responsibility for any imprecision, inaccuracy or omission relating to information available on the site, and for all damage resulting from fraudulent interference by a third party caused by the alteration of information available on the site. More generally the company also disclaims all responsibility for all damage or loss, whether direct or indirect, whatever the cause, origin, nature or consequences, caused by reason of access by anyone to the site or the impracticality of accessing the site, as well as the use of the site and/or the reliance upon any such information, coming directly or indirectly from the latter.
Moreover, unless otherwise indicated, intellectual property rights in the documents contained on the site and each of the elements created for the site are exclusively owned by the company Slow Village or its suppliers, who grant neither any licence or right other than that of consulting the site.
The reproduction of all documents published on the site is only authorised for the exclusive purposes of using information for personal or private use. Any reproduction and use of copies produced for other purposes is expressively forbidden.
All trade marks reproduced on this website belong to the companies which respectively own them.
All products, logos, and images reproduced in the pages of this site are owned by their respective brands.
The photographs reproducing the products and services on this site do not constitute a binding contract.
This website is accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week, excepting instances of force majeure, I.T. problems and difficulties linked to communication network structures or problems of a technical nature. The site may be interrupted at any time for maintenance reasons.
Application of French Law:
Non-compliance with the current provisions exposes the person in breach to risk of civil and criminal actions. This document is governed and interpreted according to French law and falls under the exclusive jurisdiction of the French courts. If one of the provisions of the current document proves to be void, illegal or of no legal effect, all of the remaining provisions shall continue to apply.