Within the Leisure Österlen Group we process Personal Data for users, customers and employees of the Leisure Österlen Group (Barsebäck Strand AB, Trelleborg Strand AB, Falsterbo Resort AB, Fritid Österlen Holding AB, Fritid Österlen AB, Simrishamns Fastighets AB, Becoravi AB and Lubeckergården AB), who use our services. We safeguard your privacy and at all times comply with applicable legislation aimed at protecting you as a private individual. Leisure Österlen Gruppen is responsible for personal data for the processing of personal data on this website. Information on how to contact us can be found under the menu Contact us.
You can read our entire policy by downloading the PDF (swedish version only):
On our website we offer the possibility of booking different types of accommodation. The data specified at the time of booking is registered in the booking system “Comers” which is operated and handled by the supplier; Transitor AB. The data in question is thus stored with this third party. By making a booking on our website you approve this.
By using/submitting questions via our contact form, you also agree that your personal data is stored and handled by us in accordance with the Leisure Time Group’s GDPR policy. This information is stored so that we can handle / handle your case and contact you. You are always welcome to request a copy of the register to see what information is registered and to notify us if you wish to have your information deleted from our records.
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We do not take responsibility for how these external websites handle personal data.
The site contains two types of cookies. One type of cookie, so-called session cookie, is only stored temporarily during the visit to the site. Session cookies are used when logging in to the website (for staff) and for our Instagram feed. These cookies automatically disappear when you close your browser.
The second type of cookies, so-called “regular cookies”, are stored for a limited time on your computer and then removed automatically. These cookies are used to display the website’s features and appearance correctly, so that you as a visitor get the right experience.
Your chosen language on the website is an example of a regular cookie; The browser remembers your chosen language on the website using this cookie so that you do not have to choose the language all the time.
Some of these session cookies and “regular cookies” are so-called third-party cookies from eg. Instagram and Google, and needed to show, among other things. fonts, maps and image feeds correctly.
If you do not accept cookies, some of the site’s features will probably not work. This can therefore have a negative impact on the functionality and usability of our website.
If you do not want to accept cookies, your browser can be set to automatically deny storing them or informed every time the site requests to store a cookie.
You can also see previously stored cookies in your browser and delete them manually if desired. See your browser’s help pages for how to proceed.
What is Recaptcha and what do we use it for?
We use “Google reCAPTCHA” (“Recaptcha”) on our website. This is a service provided by Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA (“Google”).
Recaptcha is used to determine whether data submitted to our website (for example via forms) comes from a person or an automated program. To be able to do this, Recaptcha analyzes the behavior of the visitor of the website based on different characteristics. This analysis starts automatically as soon as the visitor starts using the website. Recaptcha analyzes a variety of information, such as IP numbers, how long the visitor has been on the website, mouse movements, and more. The data collected during the analysis is then forwarded to Google.
The analysis that Recaptcha performs takes place completely in the background, and the visitor does not receive any visual or similar demonstration that this is happening.
The use of Recaptcha and the data it collects are supported by Art. 6 (1) (e) GDPR. This means that the owner of the website has the right to protect his website from automated spam and other attacks.