Legislative Decree N. 15/1999

Pursuant to Legislative Decree No. 15/1999 ("Code relating to the protection of personal data"), we would like to inform all users that the data they provide when making inquiries or reservations may be used for processing, advertising, and/or other activities of us or our partners in the tourism and hotel sector. The data are processed in written form and/or on magnetic media, electronic media and in compliance with all security measures guaranteeing their security and confidentiality.
Moli de Sal is responsible for data processing. Affected parties can check, correct, supplement, or delete their data at any time by writing to Moli de Sal, Carretera Campo, Colonia Sant Jordi Km. 8,3, 07630 Campo

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