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Notice and legal data of Hotel Copacabana
Hotel Copacabana

Legal notice and cookie policy

1 Identification data

  • Fiscal holder: Bartolomé Muñoz Burgos
  • CIF: 31835374Q
  • Postal code: 11380
  • City Council: Tarifa
  • Email address:

2 Use of cookies and the activity file

Cookies are small text files generated by the websites you visit, which contain session data that can be useful later on in the website. The data allows the website to keep your information between pages, and also to analyze how you interact with the site.

Cookies are safe because they can only store information that was put in place by the browser, which is information that the user has entered into the browser or that is included in the page request. They cannot execute code and cannot be used to access your computer.

Cookies are essential for the operation of the Internet, providing countless advantages in the provision of interactive services, facilitating navigation and usability of the web. Cookies cannot damage your computer, cannot execute code and cannot be used to access your computer, and that they are activated helps to identify and resolve errors.

Some services can use social network connectors (social plugins) such as Facebook, Twitter, Google +, etc. In this case, you should consult the cookie policy of these social networks, since by using the social register you are authorising the social network to store cookies.

2.1 What types of cookies are there?

Below, we provide more information to better understand the different types of cookies that can be used:

- Depending on the expiration date:

Session cookies: are temporary cookies that remain in the browser's cookie file until you leave the website. It is often used to analyze web traffic patterns. Ultimately, this allows for a better experience to improve content and ease of use.

Permanent cookies: are stored in the terminal and the web page reads them every time a new visit is made. Despite its name, a permanent web page has a certain expiration date. The cookie will stop working after this date, which can range from a few minutes to several years. They are generally used to facilitate the various services offered by the websites.

- Depending on who manages them:

Own cookies: are those sent and managed by a team or domain of the editor of the website being visited.

Third Party Cookies: are those sent and managed by a third party that is not the web editor itself, when they come from another server. For example, those used by social networks, or by external content such as Google Maps.

- Depending on the purpose for which the data obtained through Cookies are processed, we can distinguish between:

Technical cookies: are those that allow the user to navigate through a web page and use the different options or services that exist therein, such as, for example, controlling traffic, identifying the user's session, accessing parts of restricted access, remembering the elements that make up an order, requesting registration or participation in an event, using security elements during navigation, storing content for video or sound broadcasting or sharing content through social networks.

Analytical cookies: are those that allow the person responsible for them to monitor and statistically analyse the behaviour of users on the websites to which they are linked. They are used to measure the activity of the websites and to draw up navigation profiles of the users of these sites, in order to introduce improvements based on the analysis of usage data made by the users of the service. They are processed by us and/or by third parties. These cookies collect anonymous/dissociated user information, such as the number of users and the time spent, how many times the user visits the site, the origin of the user, keywords... Thanks to this we can improve the products and services we offer.

Advertising cookies: are those which, whether processed by us or by third parties, allow us to manage the offer of advertising spaces on the website in the most efficient way, adapting the content of the advertisement to the content of the service requested or to the use you make of our website.

2.2 What Cookies do we use in our web products?

We hereby inform and ask your permission to execute the following cookies of our own or of services provided to us by third parties Most browsers will generally allow you to change the features of your browser so that it does not accept these cookies, but if you do so, please note that the website or parts of the website will not function properly.

Type Name Duration Purpose
Own aceptarCookies 90 days

Controls the acceptance of cookies by the user.

Third parties _utma, _utmb, _utmt, _utmz -

These cookies correspond to the web analytics service called Google Analytics, which allows to obtain information about the use that users make of the website.


When you sign in to a Google Account, these cookies are stored on your computer in order to remain connected to your Google Account when you visit its services again. As long as you remain logged in and use add-ons on other websites such as ours, Google will use these cookies to improve your user experience. It is common for them to appear when using Google maps. For more information, please refer to the document 'Types of cookies used by Google'.

Third parties GALX, LSID, RMME, YSC, CAL, dkv, _ga, _gat, GEUP, VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE -

Some pages on our website may include YouTube videos, a service also provided by Google. In order to use it, Google sends cookies as well as the cookies that Google may use if you log in with a registered Google profile, in order to calculate the necessary bandwidth, the number of times a video is viewed, etc. For more information you can consult the document 'Types of cookies used by Google'.

Third parties act, lu, x-src, locale, datr, c_user, fr, xs, csm, s, pl, p, presence, js_reg_fb_ref, js_reg_fb_gate -

Cookies used by Facebook to manage how logged-in users share content, control the Like buttons, etc. You can find out more about how Facebook uses its cookies at

Third parties __utma, __utmb, __utmt, __utmv, __utmz, external_referer, H, eu_cn, _twitter_sess, _gat, _ga, _remember_checked_on, remember_checked, twll, guest_id, metrics_token, lang -

Our site includes a plug-in to show our profile activity on Twitter and to post on it. Therefore, Twitter automatically sets its own cookies. For more information, read the 'Twitter privacy policy'

2.3 How to manage cookies?

All Internet browsers allow you to limit the behavior of a cookie or disable cookies within the browser settings or options. The steps to do this are different for each browser, and instructions can be found in your browser's help menu.

Many browsers allow you to activate a private mode whereby cookies are always deleted after the visit. Depending on the browser this private mode can have different names. Below you can find a list of the most common browsers with a link to the cookie settings and the different names of this 'private mode':

3 Privacy Policy

3.1 Person in charge of treatment

The person responsible for processing corresponds to the owner of this website, whose full details are given in the header of this document.

3.2 Data processed, purposes and retention period
- Data processed:

For the purposes of the request for information or contact, data must be provided by filling out the form provided for that purpose, which will indicate which of them are mandatory. While browsing we obtain data that provides us with information on usability and user preferences, according to the terms and conditions expressly provided in the section on cookies.

- Purposes:

The purpose will be to manage and process an effective response to the issues raised.

- Conservation:

The data will not be kept and will be deleted once the corresponding steps have been taken.

3.3 Legitimacy of treatment

The legal basis for the treatment of the data provided will be the consent given by the user by filling in the form.

3.4 Exercise of rights

The persons concerned have the right of access to their personal data, as well as the right to request the rectification of inaccurate data or, where appropriate, to request their deletion when, among other reasons, the data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected. To this end, users may send a written communication to the above address, including proof of identity.

3.5 Recipients and assignments

No data transfers or international transfers will be made.

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