Privacy Policy

When accessing the Experience D´Ouro website you agree in accepting the terms and general rules of privacy and personal data treatment, that we collect and process according to the Personal Data Protection Law.

All copyrights, trademark and every other applicable and used on the website are property of Torres & Barreira, Lda, based in Rua Central do Ribeiro, Nº401, Alvarelhos, 4745-094 Trofa, and are protected by copyright. All rights not expressly conceded by this content are reserved rights.

This Website is for personal use and non-commercial by the user. Copy, modification, distribution, transmission, exhibition, reproduction, publication, transfer or sale of any information, products or services obtained from this Website.

In any case may Experience D´Ouro be held responsible, direct or indirectly, for any damage resulting or in any form related to the use of our Website.

Experience D´Ouro does not guarantee that its web pages will not be interrupted or free of errors.

Experience D´Ouro reserves the right to insert, modify and remove, without previous notice and by whatever reason, any information from the Website. The user is responsible for reviewing the content every time he/she consults or reserves travels through the Website.

To facilitate your accessibility, Experience D´Ouro may include links to sites in the internet that are property or operated by third parties, thus accepting, the rules of the Privacy Policies of these same parties. The existence of such links does not mean that Experience D´Ouro endorses such sites and the products and services referenced by them.

The collection of personal data may be performed in the Internet (via Website), telephone or printed material and will be automatically processed, in the terms approved by the Portuguese National Committee for the Protection of Data. The data collection will undergo according to the strictest security measures.

No entity external to Experience D´Ouro has access or may consult the personal data.

Every collaborator of the entity responsible for processing the personal data is covered by an obligation of confidentiality concerning the information they have access when introducing the data, and are informed of the importance of that legal obligation by being held responsible.

The user accepts that Experience D´Ouro provides to third parties information concerning habits, uses and customs of clients as statistical information, solely to establish partnerships, not including the identity or characteristics of any user in particular.

The processing of personal data is necessary in order to send you communications concerning new offers, promotions, campaigns and other opportunities you may benefit. This includes: marketing and management development, general and personalized offers communication by Experience D´Ouro and partners.

Because personal data means any information relative to an identified or identifiable person (it is considered identifiable a single person that can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier).

Experience D´Ouro does not process personal data that reveals the racial or ethnic origin, political opinion, religious or philosophical creeds and union membership, as well genetic data or data concerning health or sexual life.

The user's personal data are kept by Experience D´Ouro only for the period strictly necessary to the ends described here, except when there are obligations of statutory retention according to the applicable law (such as fiscal and commercial laws) that mandate the maintenance of such data for a longer period.

According to the applicable data protection law, the user may exercise his rights to access, rectification or deletion of the personal data, processing restriction, right of opposition and the right to the portability of the data, by written request to the following email address info@experiencedouro.com

Together with the email mentioned, the user will always have the right to present his request or complaint to the control authority, currently the Data Protection National Committee (DPNC).