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This site, anjou-loire-valley-co.uk is the property of the county tourist board (Anjou Tourisme), Public Interest Group. The whole site is governed by French and international copyright and intellectual property laws. All reproduction and performance rights are reserved, including downloadable documents, icons and photographs. Any use, reproduction or performance of the anjou-loire-valley-co.uk site content without express written consent from Anjou Tourisme, even partial and in whatever format, is strictly forbidden, except for private use with no commercial intent. Under all circumstances the site address, anjou-loire-valley-co.uk, must appear clearly. Hypertext links to the site are subject to the same rule, except links to the home page.
The site is based on the e-SPRIT Tourist Information System, a regional system, co-financed and managed in Maine-et-Loire by Anjou Tourisme, in conjunction with the Maine-et-Loire tourist offices.
Agence départementale du tourisme de l’Anjou
48B Boulevard Foch
49021 Angers Cedex 02
Tél. 02 41 23 51 51
The data on the website is intended to help tourists to Anjou, in the département of Maine-et-Loire. Information is checked and updated at regular intervals. However, despite our vigilance, the Anjou Tourisme website may contain errors and omissions. Anjou Tourisme cannot be held responsible for any direct or indirect prejudice of a financial or commercial nature or concerning any loss of programmes or data resulting from the use of the site and of the data and information published on it. In particular, Anjou Tourisme declines any responsibility for damages incurred by following hypertext links published on the site. Anjou Tourisme has no means of control over or responsibility for the content of other sites. Internet users are responsible for taking the necessary precautions to ensure that the site to which the link points is not infected by a virus or other destructive programme.
Anjou Tourisme is data controller within the meaning of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). As such, it endeavors to provide all the guarantees relating to the protection of personal data that it may have to process as part of its missions.
In accordance with the law of January 6, 1978 relating to computers, files and freedoms, you have the right to access, rectify and delete information concerning you. In accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 on the protection of personal data, you also have a right of objection, a right to erasure, and a right to limit processing.
The photographs displayed on this site cannot be reproduced, distributed or sold without express written consent from Anjou Tourisme. Any use of an image without the consent of the author may entail legal proceedings.
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Web Quality & Certifications
To provide even more services to users, we rely on the quality of the anjou-loire-valley.co.uk site based on Opquast V4 recommendations with the web quality reference checklist. Four people within Anjou Tourisme have obtained Opquast certification for quality control in web projects. In addition, as part of its public service missions, the CNIL certifies that a person from Anjou Tourisme has successfully completed data protection awareness training.
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