Protection of Personal Data
Protection of privacy and personal data of visitors and users of this website is subject to the terms of this agreement. We comply with the requirements of the Data Protection Law, i.e. the Greek Data Protection Act (Law 2472/1997) and the EU Regulation 2016/679.
By accessing or using this website you agree to be bound by our policy on data protection. If you disagree with any part of the policy, you must not access and use this website.
Collection and Processing of personal data
Our website only collects personal data that is submitted by users who wish to receive an offer, book an experience, simply receive our newsletter or contact us for any reason relevant to our website’s operation. Personal data submitted includes, and is not restricted to, the full name, email address, social media profiles, medical history, traveling preferences and special requirements of the submitting user.
By providing the above information you explicitly allow our organisation to store and process your personal data for the purposes described above, as per you request. Your data will be processed in accordance with the requirements of the data protection act.
Our website will not sell, transfer or publish any personal data of its visitors or users to third persons, without the consent of the visitor or user, unless it is compelled by a legal obligation to transfer data to state authorities.
Our affiliates and suppliers
Tours, activities, guided visits & tastings included in the experiences offered through our website are made available through our third-party affiliates and suppliers.
By requesting an offer or booking an experience you explicitly consent to sharing the information required with 3rd party affiliates and suppliers in order to confirm the price and complete the booking.
Right to access/remove
You have the right to request and obtain information concerning the processing of your personal data, in accordance with the law (Article 12 of Law 2472/1997).
You have the right to request deletion of your personal data from our records, in which case we will remove any data we have stored about you from our records. In that case, we might not be able to process requests from you that require processing of personal information.
Discover Iraklia may obtain data of identification of the users of the Website, by using relevant technologies, such as cookies or/and monitoring Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. Cookies are small text files stored on the hard drive of the user thus do not access any document or file of the computer. They are used to facilitate user’s access to specific services or/ and pages of the Website, for statistical purposes and to determine the areas which are useful or popular. These data may also include the type of browser used by the user, the type of computer, its operating system, the internet service provider and other such information. Additionally, the information system of the Website automatically collects information related to the sites its user visits and to the links on third party websites that the user may select through the use of the Website. Cookies are used for the following reasons, such as:
To provide users with access to their personal services, through entry into their account (login)
To provide personalised services to the users
To record general data of the Website’s traffic
To conduct research, for the improvement of the content and of the services as well as for facilitating the user’s access to specific services of the Website
For the smooth operation of the services and pages of the Website
To display information to users based on their interests and activities they may have indicated during their registration.
The Discover Iraklia team