Terms and Conditions
The term ‘naturarte’ or ‘us’ refers to the owner of the brand site of the company Corte Pinheiro and Argamassa Turismo de Natureza Lda., Whose head office is located on Estrada de Vila Nova de Milfontes to Km 1, 7630-440 São Luís – Portugal. The comercial registration number is 506515389. The term “you” refers to the user, user or viewer of our website.
The content of the pages on this site is only for your general information and use. It is subject to change without notice.
Neither we nor any third party provide any guarantee as to the accuracy, timeliness, performance, completeness or suitability of the information and materials found or offered on this site for any particular purpose. You acknowledge that such information and materials may contain inaccuracies or errors and nature expressly excludes liability for such inaccuracies or errors to the fullest extention permitted by law.
The use of any information or material on this site is entirely at your own risk and for which we will not be liable. It is your responsibility to ensure that any products, services or information available through this website meet your specific requirements.
This site contains material that is owned or licensed to us. This material includes but is not limited to design, layout, appearance, appearance and graphics. Reproduction is prohibited except under the copyright notice, which is a part of these terms and conditions.
All trademarks reproduced on this site, which are not owned or licensed to the operator, are recognized on the site.
Unauthorized use of this site may give rise to a claim for compensation and / or be considered a crime.
From time to time, this site may also include links to other sites. These links are provided for your convenience to provide more information. They do not mean that we endorse the website(s). We are not responsible for the contents of the linked website(s).
Your use of this site and any litigation arising out of such use of the site is subject to the laws of Portugal.
The full content of this site – including texts, graphics, images, videos, sounds and any other information – is the property of naturarte, who owns all rights over it. Except for content provided by third parties with authorization to publish, which are clearly identified. No part of this site may be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior permission of Nature.
The design and the concept of the same is the property of the director, and the copyright protection of the contents of the naturarte extends to all reproductions or copies obtained from the content of this site.
The user undertakes, in the use made of this site, including in the contents sent to the same, to respect, the applicable legislation:
– The Code of Copyright and Related Rights;
– The Industrial Property Code;
– The Law of Computer Crime – not invoking the lack of knowledge of this legal protection.
The user is authorized to use the contents only for strictly personal purposes, and it is expressly forbidden to publish, reproduce, distribute, distribute or otherwise make the contents accessible to third parties for the purpose of public communication or marketing, namely by making it available on any other online service (such as another website, blog or bulletin board, for example) or hard copies. The user also undertakes to act in good faith and make a use of the site that does not offend any rights of third parties.
It is expressly forbidden for you to create or introduce on this site any type of virus or programs that damage or contaminate or advise third parties to do so.
The user is not authorized to carry out any transformation of the contents. Excepted to this prohibition are the free uses authorized by law, namely the right of citation, provided that the origin is clearly identified.
Usurpation, counterfeiting, exploitation of usurped or counterfeit content, illegitimate identification and unfair competition are punishable in a criminal manner.
1. Limited Liability Term
The content of this site is for informational purposes only, not establishing any contractual relationship. Naturarte is not responsible for any loss or damage, direct or indirect, suffered by any user, regarding the information contained in this site. Naturarte does not guarantee that the services provided by this site will work uninterruptedly or that they are free of errors, viruses or other harmful elements.
Naturarte is not responsible for the accuracy, quality, safety, legality or legal character, including compliance with the rules regarding copyright and related rights, with respect to the contents, products or services contained in this portal that have been provided by third parties, as well as for any information contained on websites of third parties to which it establishes links.
By continuing to use this site, you are expressly accepting the terms and conditions described above.
The protection of privacy and personal data is a clear commitment assumed by nature and a priority for us.
This policy concerns the privacy practices of all digital communications managed by naturarte.
Any personal data that you provide us will be treated with the guarantees of security and confidentiality required by the legal framework regarding the protection of personal data.
Access and use of the sites and channels under the responsibility of the naturarte must be free on the part of the user assuming the nature that has read, understood and accepted the Terms and Conditions of its use.
Any attempts to alter the information, or any other action that could cause damage and endanger the integrity of the system, are strictly prohibited according to the legislation in force.
The user of this site undertakes to comply scrupulously with the applicable legislation, in particular, in relation to computer crime and intellectual property rights, being exclusively responsible for the violation of these regulations.
1. Data Protection Officer
Naturarte has designated a Data Protection Officer who can be contacted through the address email@example.com or by registered letter with notice of receipt to Naturarte – Estrada de Vila Nova de Milfontes at Km 1, 7630-440 São Luís – Portugal.
Naturarte respects your right to privacy and does not collect on this site any personal information about you without your explicit request or consent.
The interaction with naturarte sites does not require any information from the user, unless, for expressly identified purposes, the registration is declared necessary and is authorized by the author, under the terms defined below.
3. Responsible for Processing
Naturarte as responsible for data processing:
Ensures that the processing of your personal data is carried out only within the scope of the purposes for which they were collected or for purposes compatible with those;
Collects, uses and retains only the minimum, necessary and sufficient personal data for the purpose in question;
It does not transmit any personal data for commercial or advertising purposes;
It treats the personal data for legally foreseen purposes or for the pursuit of services online at your request.
4. Personal Data Typology
The personal data subject to treatment by the naturarte are of diverse nature attentive to the provision of services promoted in the electronic platforms under its management.
According to the type of services provided can be collected, after your previous authorization: the name; the date of birth; the tax identification number; the civil identification number; the social security number; the identification document number; the address; the e-mail address; phone number.
5. Personal Data Security
Naturarte, in pursuit of its activities, uses a set of security technologies and procedures adequate for the protection of its personal data, protecting unauthorized access and disclosure, namely:
– Physical security measures, in particular the control of access of employees, employees and visitors to headquarters facilities and, on data and computer centers, very strict mechanisms to combat intrusion, fire suppression, 24×7 equipment monitoring and rental of data center equipment;
– Logical security measures, in the component of access to systems and jobs through mechanisms of identity management, authentication and privileges; in the network component the use of firewalls and intrusion detection systems, segregating networks (internal, external, demilitarized zone) and application environments, as well as encryption of information through secure communication channels.
6. Access and control of Personal Data
We provide, upon request, access, rectification and destruction of your personal data. You also have the right to object to the processing of your personal data.
If the use of your personal data is based on consent, you have the right to withdraw it, without compromising the validity of the processing of data made up to that moment.
Through the Data Protection Officer (firstname.lastname@example.org) you can request:
– Information about your data;
– Processing information;
– The purpose underlying the treatment;
– The correction, or update, of some data;
– Your data in an open format;
– The destruction of the data, which in this case will prejudice future contacts.
7. Personal Data Archive
Your personal data will be kept by nature for the period strictly necessary for the treatment, according to the respective purpose.
Periods of conservation may change in accordance with the public interest involved, historical, scientific or statistical reasons justifying it, with the commitment of nature to adopt appropriate conservation and safety measures.
8. Cookies and Similar Technologies
The placement of cookies not only helps the websites to recognize the user’s device during the next visit but also, frequently, for the correct operation of the same.
The cookies used in the naturarte portals are the following:
Essential – necessary for navigation in the electronic site, guaranteeing access to private areas of the same, in order to allow the execution of services:
– Session cookies
Analytical – necessary for the collection of information for statistical analysis of navigation and use of the electronic site, namely:
Social Networks – possibility of interaction with social networks, namely:
Performance – necessary to monitor the experience of using the electronic site, such as:
Naturarte shall not be liable for any damages or damages in civil liability (including but not limited to, damages, loss of profits and moral damages, caused directly or indirectly) that arise as a result of the correct use or inaccuracy of its electronic sites and its contents by the user, access to the computer and computer system of the user by third parties.
The information disclosed should be considered in its information.
Although naturarte’s efforts to keep the contents updated and trustworthy, these may contain inaccuracies, errors of writing or be outdated, so that naturarte can not be held liable for the complete accuracy and timeliness of any information on its sites.
Electronic sites may contain links to sites operated by third parties over which it has no control and for which it assumes no responsibility.
The visualization of legal provisions in this site, does not exempt the consultation of the legal norms in force, officially approved, published in the original editions and supports (in particular the Diário da República or the Official Journal of the European Union).
These Terms and Conditions, which should be read carefully, may be changed, considering that the changes take effect from the date of their placement on this site, making reference to the date of update..
12. Applicable law and competent forum
These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with Portuguese law. The Lisbon Court is competent to exclude any other to resolve any conflicts that result from the interpretation and application of these Terms and Conditions for the use of this site.
May 23, 2018
1. Definition and function of cookies
What are cookies? A cookie is a file that is downloaded to your computer or mobile device when you access certain web pages. Cookies allow a Web page, among other things, to store and retrieve information about the browsing habits of a user or his computer, and depending on the information they contain and the way they use their equipment, they can be used to recognize the user.
2. What types of cookies does this website use?
Technical cookies and personalization cookies: the first ones allow the user to navigate the website and the different services and functionalities that exist, the latter allow the user to use the service with some general predefined characteristics. For example, setting language or session maintenance according to user preferences.
Analysis cookies: those that are treated by our company or by third parties, and which allow us to quantify the number of users and thus to make the statistical measurement and analysis of the use made by the users of the offered service. That is why your navigation on our site is analyzed to improve the offer of information as well as the products or services we offer.
External social-cookie cookies, which are used to allow visitors to interact with content from different social platforms (Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, etc.)
3. How to disable or delete cookies.
You can allow, block or delete cookies installed on your device by configuring installed browser options.
If you use Safari, from the Preferences menu option, select Privacy.
If you use Internet Explorer, from the Tools menu option, select Internet Options and go to Privacy.
If you’re using Firefox for Mac in the Preferences menu option, select Privacy, and go to the Show cookies section.
If you use Chrome for Mac, in the Tools menu option, selecting Preferences, and going to the Advanced section, then in the Content Setup option in the Privacy section, you can finally check the Cookies in the Content Setup dialog box.
If you are using Firefox for Windows in the Tools menu option, select Options, go to the Privacy section, and then use a custom setting for the history.
If you use Chrome for Windows, under the Tools menu option, select Options, select Advanced, then Content settings, the Privacy section, and finally checking for Cookies in the Content settings dialog box.
If you do not accept cookies, your site may not function properly.
4. Information about identifying third-party cookies.
The analysis service was contracted for:
There may also be social network supplements of:
5. Updating the cookies policy.
It is possible that, due to new interpretations made by the competent regulatory body, judges or courts, this policy of cookies undergoes some modifications, therefore, the user is requested to verify the content regularly.