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When using this website and/or when communicating electronically with SOL·SOL BRONZEJAT I BELLESA S.L., users' personal data may be collected, the treatment of which will be carried out in accordance with the provisions of this privacy policy and the Law Organic 3/2018, of December 5, on Protection of Personal Data and guarantee of digital rights, Law 34/2002, of July 11, on Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce and the European Regulation 2016/ 679, relating to the protection of natural persons on personal data and the free circulation thereof.

We inform you that the personal data obtained through the various forms on the web page will be incorporated into a file whose use, responsibility and sole destination is SOL·SOL, in order to attend to your inquiries, to be part of the process of personnel selection that is in force and provide our services as a tanning and beauty center.


  • Company name: SOL·SOL BRONZEJAT I BELLESA S.L. (henceforth, SOL·SOL).
  • CIF: B17618299
  • Registered office: Carrer la Salle, number 30 in 17002-Girona.
  • Telephone 972.20.38.35 and 658.889.425
  • Email address:


When the user fills in the forms on our website, SOL·SOL collects a series of personal data from the Users in order to manage and develop the provision and fulfillment of our services, inform them about the variety of services and products that we offer and that we are requested and to maintain communications with the user/customer.


The data processing we carry out has different legal bases, depending on the nature of each treatment.


Respond to queries from people who contact us through contact forms on our website. We use them solely for this purpose.

Telephone attention.

Provide telephone assistance to people who contact us in this way. To offer greater quality in the service, conversations can be recorded with prior warning to the person with whom we communicate.

Customer services.

Register new clients and additional data that may be generated as a result of the commercial relationship with clients. In the contracting process, essential data is requested, which must include bank details (current account or credit card number) that will be communicated to banking entities that manage the collection (they can only be used for this purpose). The service provision relationship maintained involves other treatments, such as incorporating the data into accounting, billing or information to the tax administration.

Information about our services.

While there is a contractual relationship with its clients, SOL·SOL uses their contact information to communicate information specific to this relationship, information that may circumstantially include references to our services, whether of a general nature or referring more specifically to the client's characteristics and needs.

Other service information.

With the explicit authorization of the clients, once the contractual relationship has ended, the contact data is kept to send advertising related to our services, information of a general nature or specific to the characteristics of the client. This information is sent to those who, despite not having been a client, request it from us or accept it by filling out our forms.

Advertising of services from companies in our group.

Always with prior and explicit authorization from the people indicated in the previous section, the contact information is used to send advertising, both of a general nature and adapted to the characteristics of the person, information on services from the companies in our group. Likewise, with the explicit consent of the interested party, contact data may be communicated to these companies so that these companies can directly send advertising for their services.

Data management of our suppliers.

We register and process the data of the suppliers from whom we obtain services or goods. They can be the data of people who act as self-employed workers and also data of representatives of legal entities. We obtain the data essential to maintain the commercial relationship, we use it solely for this purpose and we make use of this type of relationship.

Video surveillance.

When accessing our facilities, you are informed, where appropriate, of the existence of video surveillance cameras using approved signs. The cameras record images only from points where it is justified to ensure the safety of property and people and the images are used solely for this purpose.

Users of our website.

The navigation system and software that enables the operation of our website collect the data that is ordinarily generated in the use of Internet protocols. This category of data includes, among others, the IP address or domain name of the computer used by the person connecting to the website. This information is not associated with specific users and is used for the exclusive purpose of obtaining statistical information on the use of the website. Our website uses cookies (cookies) that allow the identification of specific natural persons, users of the site. Our website uses cookies (cookies) that allow the identification of specific natural persons, users of the site. You can read more information about the use of cookies from this link.

Other data collection channels.

We also obtain data through face-to-face relationships and other channels such as receiving emails, through our profiles on social networks and during the registration process for Wi-Fi services. In all cases, the data is used only for the explicit purposes that justify its collection and processing.


The data processing we carry out has different legal bases, depending on the nature of each processing.

In compliance with a pre-contractual relationship. Case of the data of possible clients or suppliers with whom we have relations prior to the formalization of a contractual relationship, such as the preparation or study of budgets). This is also the case of the processing of data of people who have sent us their resumes or who participate in selective processes.

In compliance with a contractual relationship. Case of relationships with our clients and suppliers and all the actions and uses that these relationships entail.

In compliance with legal obligations. Data communications to the tax administration are established by regulations regulating commercial relations. The case may arise of having to communicate data to judicial bodies or to security bodies and forces, also in compliance with legal regulations that require collaboration with these public bodies.

Based on consent. When we send information about our services, we process the contact data of the recipients with their authorization or explicit consent. The navigation data that we may obtain through cookies is obtained with the consent of the person visiting our website, consent that can be revoked at any time by uninstalling these cookies.

For legitimate interest. The images we obtain with video surveillance cameras are processed for the legitimate interest of our company in preserving its assets and facilities. Our legitimate interest also justifies the processing of data that we obtain from the contact forms.


As a general criterion, we only communicate data to administrations or public powers and always in compliance with legal obligations. The identifying data of the people staying in our establishments are communicated to the General Directorate of the Police (compliance with Order IRP/418/2010, of August 5, on the obligation of registration and communication in the General Directorate of the Police). Police of people staying in lodging establishments).

When issuing invoices to clients, the data can be communicated to banking entities. In justified cases we will communicate the data to the security forces or competent judicial bodies. No data transfers are carried out outside the scope of the European Union (international transfer).

In another sense, for certain tasks we obtain the services of companies or people who provide us with their experience and specialization. On some occasions these external companies must access personal data under our responsibility. This is not exactly a transfer of data, but rather a processing order. Only services are contracted from companies that guarantee compliance with data protection regulations. At the time of hiring, their confidentiality obligations are formalized and their performance is monitored. This may be the case of data hosting services, computer support services or legal, accounting or tax advice.


We comply with the legal obligation to limit the data retention period to the maximum. For this reason, they are kept only for the time necessary and justified by the purpose for which they were obtained. In certain cases, such as the data contained in accounting documentation and billing, tax regulations require that data be kept until responsibilities in this matter are prescribed. In the case of data that is processed based on the consent of the interested person, it is kept until this person revokes that consent. If this were the case, the images obtained by the video surveillance cameras are kept for a maximum of one month, although in the case of incidents that justify it, they will be kept for the time necessary to facilitate the actions of the security forces or bodies. judicial bodies.


SOL·SOL informs that all personal data provided by the User through the forms, by receiving emails sent by themselves or by the provision of our services, will not be transferred to third parties, unless this transfer is under legal obligation or when the provision of a requested service necessarily implies within a contractual relationship the participation of another company to be able to carry out and comply with the provision of the service, which would entail a transfer of data for the sole purpose of supporting the third company to be able to fulfill the service that you have requested and contracted from us.

Therefore, your data may be communicated to companies external to SOL·SOL, in order to be able to satisfactorily provide the contracted services and/or products, which will be:

  • Financial entities, which will manage the payment and collection procedure for our services themselves.
  • Companies dedicated to technological and computer services, for the management and maintenance of the website through which we provide our services and products to Users.

SOL·SOL informs that these external companies are subject to the commitment to treat the transferred data confidentially and secretly, in addition, SOL·SOL undertakes to only transfer personal data expressly necessary for the fulfillment of the service.

SOL·SOL undertakes to use the personal data collected and provided by Users in the forms contained on its website, those sent by themselves through emails to the SOL·SOL email address and those that are known during the provision of our services, solely for the aforementioned purpose, and in treating it with the due duty of secrecy and confidentiality, in addition to complying with the security measures that current regulations require for their safety.

The User will have to give their express consent so that SOL·SOL can process their personal data, in accordance with the conditions described, when they "click" on the link below the forms on our website, accepting the conditions of use. and privacy policy, and only then can you send the forms with your personal data.


SOL·SOL also wants to inform the Users of its website that at any time they may exercise the following rights in relation to the personal data that they have provided to us:

  1. Right of access, which allows you to request and obtain free information on your personal data undergoing processing, the origin of the aforementioned data, as well as the communications made or planned to be made regarding them.
  2. Right to rectification, cancellation and opposition, which allows you to rectify or cancel your personal data when you are aware that it is incorrect, inaccurate, inadequate or excessive.
  3. Right to limitation, which allows you not to process your data on a specific birth, when the data is inaccurate while said inaccuracy is confirmed, when the processing is not lawful, when the person responsible no longer needs the data. personal data for the purposes/objectives of the processing and/or when a legitimate interest is asserted.
  4. Right to portability, right to receive your own personal data that has been provided and has a data controller, in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, so that it can be transmitted to another data controller without being able to prevent it. the person responsible for the treatment to whom it was provided.
  5. Right to be forgotten, deletion of the personal data of the interested party without delay as long as these personal data are no longer necessary in accordance with their purpose, the express consent of the interested party is withdrawn, when the right to object to them is exercised or they are processed. unlawfully and also when it is the case that these data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected and/or when the data must be deleted to comply with a legal obligation or have been obtained through the offer of information society services.


The aforementioned rights are established in articles 15 to 23 of the European Regulation (EU) 2016/679, and can be asserted by sending a letter addressed in person or by postal mail to the registered office of SOL·SOL, with CIF number B-17618299. , located at Calle La Salle, number 30, in Girona (17002 - Girona), attaching ID, or via email to the email address: You are also informed of the possibility of filing complaints with the competent authority of the Spanish Data Protection Agency.


SOL·SOL reserves the right to modify this LEGAL NOTE, regarding the privacy policy, with the object and purpose of being able to adapt it to any legislative modification or new legislation on the matter.


SOL·SOL also reserves the right to file civil or criminal actions that it deems appropriate for the improper use of its website and content, or for non-compliance with these conditions.

For all questions regarding the interpretation, application and compliance of this Legal Notice and general contracting conditions, as well as claims that may arise from its use, SOL·SOL reserves the right to file civil or criminal actions. that it considers appropriate for the improper use of its website and content or for non-compliance with these conditions.