Costa Brava – Cruise Ports

Legal advice

Pursuant to Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the Protection of Natural Persons (GDPR), and Law 34/2002, of 11 July, concerning Information Society and Electronic Commerce Services, Patronat de Turisme Costa Brava Girona SA (Costa Brava Girona Tourist Board, or the Board) states that it is entered in Girona Companies Registry, sheet 193, volume 908, entry GI-6155, with Tax Identification Code A17031246, and that it is the owner of this website.

Patronat de Turisme Costa Brava Girona, SA states that the purpose of the website is to inform the public and cruise companies in general about the region’s tourism offering and the infrastructures of the province of Girona in the area of cruise tourism.

By using the website, it is assumed that you fully accept all the legal terms contained herein. Accordingly, if you do not agree to the website’s content, you should refrain from using it. You undertake to not use the website or its services and content in a manner contrary to the applicable provisions of current legislation. Patronat de Turisme Costa Brava Girona, SA reserves the right to block access to the website, without prior notice, by any user who does not abide by the regulatory terms set forth in the «Legal information» section of the website. Patronat de Turisme Costa Brava Girona, SA reserves the right to modify these terms at any time.

The intellectual property rights of the website and the various elements contained in it are held by Patronat de Turisme Costa Brava Girona, SA.

Any users who believe that their intellectual property rights have been infringed due to the unauthorised use of protected work that appears in this website can contact Patronat de Turisme Costa Brava Girona, SA by means of a letter sent to its head offices or to the email address, asking for the content to be removed or that public access to the work be blocked.

The information offered by is not intended to replace any technical, legal or other type of professional service. Based on the general principles of electronic communication processes, Patronat de Turisme Costa Brava Girona, SA does not guarantee that access to the website will not be interrupted, delayed or contain errors, omissions or viruses. Accordingly, the information is provided without any manner of express or implicit guarantee about the information’s accuracy or precision, and it is not guaranteed to be complete. Should the supply of to its users be interrupted for reasons beyond the control of Patronat de Turisme Costa Brava Girona, SA, the company will make every effort to restore this supply.

This website contains links to websites unrelated with Patronat de Turisme Costa Brava Girona, SA for its users’ convenience. Inclusion of these links does not imply that Patronat de Turisme Costa Brava Girona, SA accepts any responsibility for the content of these unrelated websites. If you visit another website that is not, you will be required to abide by the legal terms stipulated in this other website. If you think that any of the links takes you to an inappropriate website, you can contact us to propose its removal or modification.

Under no circumstances will cookies or other similar means be used to store information that enables identification of the people using the website.


With the information provided below, the Board wishes to inform you about the privacy policy applied to your personal data.

Compliance with data protection regulations: the Board complies with all the requirements set forth in current legislation concerning the protection of personal data, and all the data held under our responsibility are processed in accordance with legal requirements.

Security measures: adequate security measures of a technical and organisational nature will be adopted with respect to the data you provide, with the aim of guaranteeing their confidentiality.

Purpose of the data: the site uses different personal information capture systems and we process the information provided by interested people with the following purpose for each capture system (forms):

  1. Contact form. We ask for the following personal data: first name and surnames, telephone number and email address, to answer the queries sent by the Board’s websites’ users. For example, we can use this data to process your requests and answer the queries, complaints, comments or concerns you may have about the information included on the website, the services that are provided through it, the processing of your personal data or questions related with the legal texts included on the website, and any other queries that you may have and which are not subject to the terms of contracting.
  2. Account registration form (to download images). In this case, we will ask for the following personal data: first name, surnames and email address, to process registration of your account.
  3. File download forms. In this case, we will ask for the following personal data: name and email address, to manage the download.
  4. Subscription form. In this case, we will ask for the following personal data: first name, surnames and email address, to process the subscription list.
  5. Form to take part in the services that are offered or provided at any given time through this website. In this case, we will ask for the following personal data: name, email address and, optionally, company name and job title, to process registration of your account.

There are other reasons for processing your personal data:

  1. To guarantee compliance with the terms of use and applicable law. This may include the development of tools and algorithms that help this website guarantee confidentiality of the personal data that it collects.
  2. To support and improve the services offered by this website.

Personal data holding time. The personal data you provide will be kept:

  • While you are subscribed to our activities.
  • Until you ask for them to be deleted.

How to exercise your rights. You can send a written notice to the Data Protection Officer, either to the Board’s official address or to the email address, including in both cases a photocopy of your passport or similar identifying document, to request exercise of the following rights:

  1. Right to request access to personal data.
  2. Right to request rectification (if they are incorrect).
  3. Right to request restriction of processing (in this case, they will only be kept by the Board for the exercise or defence of legal claims).
  4. Right to withdraw consent: if you have given your consent for a specific purpose, you are entitled to withdraw it at any time, without this affecting the legality of the processing carried out on the basis of the consent given prior to its withdrawal.
  5. Right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority: if you think that there is a problem with how the Board is handling your data, you can send your complaints to the Board’s Data Protection Officer (see above) or the relevant data protection authority, which is the Catalan Data Protection Authority in the case of Catalonia.
  6. Right to object to processing: the Board will cease to process the data in the manner indicated, unless it is necessary to continue processing them for compelling legitimate grounds, or for the exercise or defence of possible legal claims.
  7. Right to erasure of the data: unless legally required, your data will be erased when you ask us to erase them.

Before providing personal data about a third party, you must have informed this third party first and asked for that party’s consent with respect to the items explained here.

By providing us your data, we understand that you expressly authorise us to process them as described above.

Cookies: other non-identifying data are also collected on our website. These data are obtained through the use of certain cookies that are downloaded onto your computer when you browse this website. For further information, see our «Cookies policy».

The Board also informs you that the data contained in the listings of companies and entities given on this website have been provided by the companies or entities themselves or obtained from public, open-access lists; in this case, the Board does not accept any responsibility for the correctness of the data included on the website.

Cookies policy

The Board is the owner of the website

The Board’s websites store information about the IP addresses from which the websites are accessed and use cookies. Cookies are small text files that contain information; they are sent to your computer by the websites you are browsing. Cookies help us improve our website and provide a better, more personalised browsing experience. In particular, they allow us to:

  1. Store information about your preferences and personalize our website to align it with your specific interests.
  2. Give you a better service without storing personal data that would enable you to be identified.
  3. Make searches faster.
  4. Recognise the computer when you return to a website.
  5. Collect data generated by users’ traffic and interaction on our website to identify trends and for statistical purposes.

Cookies we use

Below, you will find a description of each category of cookies that are currently used on the Board’s websites:

First-party cookies

Cookie Nombre Propósito Expiración
CookieInfo Validation of acceptance of cookies 3 months
Strictly necessary

These are the cookies that are essential so that the website can perform its basic functions. These include, for example, cookies that are used to enable proper browsing or to ensure that the website’s content is uploaded effectively, ensure regular maintenance and guarantee the best possible service.


These cookies are used to store the users’ preferences, such as account name, the language and location. They are not used to track visitors to sites that are not hosted on the servers of the Board’s websites.


Performance cookies compile information about how users interact with the Board’s websites, including the most visited pages and other analytic data. This information is only used to improve a website’s performance.

Third-party cookies

Cookie Nombre Propósito Expiración
Google Analytics _gid These cookies help us understand and improve our users’ experience. 24 hours
_ga 2 years
_gat 1 minute
Google Tag Manager gtm_auth
A technical solution for managing the pages’ tracking codes. End of browser session
Facebook Pixel Tracking of conversions and remarketing.
Advertising / tracking

These cookies are used to track the number of visitors, keep track of their details —such as the number of single visitors, the number of times that certain advertisements have been shown or the number of clicks they have received— and also to measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns by creating user profiles. They are established by automatic, certified third-party networks and, as a general rule, they are persistent.

Third-party / embedded content

The websites use different third-party applications and services to improve the experience of the website’s visitors. These include social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter (through the use of share buttons), or integrated YouTube content. As a result, cookies may be downloaded by these third parties and used to track your online activity. We have no direct control over the information compiled by these cookies.

We use Google Analytics to analyse the use of Google Analytics uses cookies to compile this information, which in turn is used to generate reports about use of the website.

Google’s privacy policy:

You can view, delete or add interest categories associated with your browser at: You can also decline use (voluntary exclusion) of AdSense partners’ cookies by applying these settings or using the NAI’s (Network Advertising Initiative) opt-out tool:

Additional information about third-party cookie policies:

Handling cookies

Visitors may wish to limit use of cookies or prevent them from being installed altogether. Most browsers offer ways to control cookie behaviour, such as how long they are stored for, either through an integrated function or through the use of third-party complements.

For more information about how to manage and delete cookies, go to For more information about advertising cookies and how to manage them, go to (in the EU) or (in USA).