Information on the processing of your personal data, pursuant to article 13 of Lgs. Decree 196/2003 concerning the protection of personal data, and request for your consent for the processing of such data.

In accordance with Law 196 of 30 June 2003 (Data Protection Act), the processing and storage of personal information will be correct, relevant and transparent, protecting your confidentiality and rights, With regards to Article 13 (Law 196, 2003) and in relation to the personal information we take, please find below a list of what will happen to you personal data: the information you provide via email to or via the "Request Information” form is intended only to enable us to provide a full service and correspondence between the parties involved.
The information will be largely held and stored on computer and later, if necessary, on paper, protected and stored in accordance with current regulations. While the provision of details is optional, refusing to provide such data may result in the company being unable to supply the requested service or information or to initiate a collaboration between the parties. Personal data given will be seen by the Data Protection representative, in keeping with the minimum standards of the law and under the supervision of the Data Protection Office. Any sensitive data will be taken only after receipt of explicit written consent and only in order to offer a more accurate service. Details may be shared with partner companies, travel agencies and tour operators, as well as companies that offer transport and other useful services to the client.
Data Protection Office is: Da Fausto Ristorante a Sperlonga, via Romita primo, 19 - 04029 Sperlonga (LT) - Tel: +39 0771548576 - Fax: +39 0771200157

Rights of the client
At any time, the client may exercise their rights with regards to the Data Protection Officer as specified in Art. 7, Law 196,2003, which for your convenience is set out below: Legislative Decree no.196/2003 - Art. 7 - Right to access personal data and other rights.

1.The client has the right to confirm the existence of personal data referring to them, even if not yet registered, and their communication in clear form.

2. The client has the right to obtain information on:
a) the origin of personal data held
b) the purpose and way in which the data was treated
c) the logic applied where data is processed with the aid of electronic instruments.
d) the details of the Data Protection Officer, the managers and the designated representatives in compliance with Article 5.
e) the people or bodies to which the personal data may be communicated to in accordance with their authority to do so.

3. The client has the right to obtain:
a) updates, rectification and, where desired, the integration of the data:
b) the deletion of data, the transformation of the data into anonymous form or the blocking of data used in violation of the law, including such data deemed irrelevant to the purposes for which the data was taken.
c) the statement confirming that operations a) and b) have been brought to the attention of those to whom the information has been communicated or distributed, except in the case where such a procedure is deemed impossible or would involve a task of manifestly disproportionate means with respect to the protected right.

4. The client has the right to object, wholly or partly:
a) for legitimate reasons to the treatment of their personal data, even that which is pertinent to the aims of its collection;
b) to the treatment of their personal data to be used in published material or direct selling or for the completion of market research or commercial communication.