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2EssePiscine cares about your privacy, here's how we intend to use cookies on this site and the privacy policy.

Privacy information processing of personal data interested parties and job applicants

In implementation of EU regulation 2016/679 and current regulations the we provide the following information relating to the processing and protection of your personal data. The data controller is Silvino Stevanini, owner of S.C.P. Srl located in via Begozza, 16/E, 46039 Villimpenta (Mn), VAT number:02640470205.

Purpose of processing

You can request information via the page contacts of this site.

Recipients of the processing

As part of its activity and for the purposes indicated above, the owner may make use of services provided by third parties who operate, on his behalf account and according to its specific instructions, as Data Controllers. These are subjects who provide the owner with processing or instrumental services (e.g. management and technical maintenance of the site, IT services for its operation, etc).
The processing of personal data takes place in such a way as to guarantee its security and confidentiality, through the adoption of adequate measures pursuant to current legislation and aimed at preserving their integrity and preventing access to them by unauthorized parties.
All personal information sent or provided in written or verbal form without any solicitation from the Owner they are used to follow up on your booking or contact request, more precisely to verify the conditions for renting the tourist location.

Technical information regarding cookies

The software applications used may contain “cookie” technology.
Cookies mainly have the function of facilitating navigation by the user.
Cookies may provide information on navigation within the site and allow the operation of some services that require identification of the user's path through different pages of the site. For any access to the portal regardless of the presence of a cookie, the type of browser, the operating system (e.g. Microsoft, Apple, Android, Linux, etc...), the Host and the URL of origin of the visitor are recorded, in addition to the data on the requested page.
However, the user can set their browser to be informed when they receive a cookie and thus decide to delete it. Further information on cookies can be found on the websites of browser providers. Cookies are divided into session cookies and persistent cookies: Session cookies essentially represent a technical part that is always generated by the browser, as the session is nothing more than a number that identifies the moment in which the user is online on the site and, which, where necessary for the correct functioning of the system, is also saved on the cookie. Session cookies, once downloaded, are then deleted when the browser is closed; “persistent” cookies, on the other hand, are stored until they expire or are deleted by the user. Most browsers are set to accept cookies, but still allow the deletion of cookies through their history section. If you do not want to accept cookies, you can set your computer to reject them or display a warning when they are stored. If the interested party refuses the use of cookies, some features of the site may not operate correctly and some of the services may not be available.The use of session cookies is strictly limited to the transmission of session identifiers, necessary to allow safe and efficient exploration of the site. These data have a technical nature, temporary validity and are not collected for the purpose of identifying users but, due to their functioning and in combination with other data held by third parties (for example the interested party's Internet connection provider), they could allow identification. Cookies can be distinguished into first-party cookies and third-party cookies. The first are those installed directly by the manager (publisher) of the site you are visiting and are readable only by the domain that created them; the latter are those installed on the terminal by a person other than the manager (publisher) of the site the user is visiting.
What cookies do we use:
Technical navigation cookies: These are cookies that guarantee normal navigation and use of the website and that allow the connection between the server and the user's browser.
They are cookies that are essential for navigation (for example, session identifiers), which allow you to use the main functions of the site and protect the connection. Without these cookies, it would not be possible to use the site normally.
Functional cookies: these are cookies used to store customizations chosen by the user; they are stored in the computer or other device and, based on the user's request, they record the user's choices, "remembering" them and re-proposing them during navigation on the site, in order to optimize the use of navigation itself and therefore allow improved and personalized navigation within the service or access to this site (e.g. registration in reserved areas, saving the selected language, viewing a video or possibility of commenting on the blog, etc.). Functional cookies are not essential for the functioning of the site, but they improve the quality and experience of browsing.
We also use third-party cookies, in particular Google service cookies. They are cookies that collect information on how the user uses the website, such as which web pages are visited most frequently; their use can allow targeted interventions aimed at improving the usability of the site by visitors. For this purpose, this site uses third-party cookies; specifically, it uses the service provided by the Google company, called “Google Analytcs”.
Google Analytics is a statistics site; for example, calculate the number of visitors, identify the type of technology they are using (for example Mac or Windows), calculate how much time they spend on the site... All the data collected is anonymous and in aggregate form, therefore not profiling. The information generated by the cookie about the user's use of the website (including the IP address) is transmitted and stored on Google servers and is processed by Google in compliance with the privacy policy available at the following addresses: http:/ /
Analytical cookies are not essential for the functioning of the site.
Cookies that provide interactive maps: These cookies allow you to include interactive maps within this site, using Google Maps. For information on Google Maps cookies This type of cookie is not essential for the functioning of the site but is essential for viewing the map.


Consent to the storage of data used by the site is freely expressed by the user by continuing to browse, after having read the brief information. Furthermore, please note that, at any time, permission can be revoked and cookies can be disabled through the settings of the browser used.


THE CONTENTS of the SITE are the property of the owner and are covered by copyright. The VISITOR is prohibited from copying, publishing, disseminating, transmitting or otherwise making available, even partially and/or following modifications, any content published on this SITE, under penalty of incurring civil and criminal sanctions. Reproduction of the graphics of the SITE is also prohibited; the constituent elements of the SITE are protected by commercial agreements and their use complies with trademark laws, competition and other laws and cannot be copied or imitated.

Exemption of liability

All content published on the SITE is provided for general information purposes only, without any guarantee as to its completeness. The owner reserves the right to modify and update said contents without any prior notice and without being held responsible for any and all damages, direct or indirect, including loss of profit, deriving from the use or inability to use the SITE and of its contents, or of sites linked to it directly or indirectly, as well as omissions or errors.

Applicable Law

Without prejudice to any different provisions of law, for any disputes or disputes that may arise, regarding any use of the SITE or the CONTENTS, between the COMPANY and the VISITOR or with the subjects who have collaborated or will collaborate in its publication or in the drafting or updating of the CONTENTS, the The accepted jurisdiction is that of the Italian State and, in any case, the applicable law is the Italian law in force at the time of the dispute.