Terms & Conditions
Art. 1 These General Terms and Conditions for the use of the website of “ER TOURS” Ltd. and the services provided through them, regulate the relations between “ER TOURS” Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “Sozopoli”) and each person (hereinafter referred to as User) uses the Sopopoli’s website and / or the services provided through it. For the purposes of these Terms and Conditions, Sopopoli’s Website is www.sozopoli.com
Art. 2 Consumers within the meaning of these Terms are divided into two categories:
Par 1. Active Users – using Contact Forms and Online Reservations – Users who are actively using the Sozopoli website by entering a mobile number and / or an email address and a name. The mandatory data to be entered depends on the purposes of the use – queries or online reservations.
Art.2. Inactive – Users who visit the Sopopoli website without using the forms for registration and inline reservations.
Art.3. These rules are posted on the Sozopoli’s website and are deemed to have been accepted by the User with the fact that he entered the site. The user undertakes to use the services in accordance with the requirements of these General Terms and Conditions.
Art 4. With the acceptance of these General Terms and Conditions, the User is informed and agrees that Sopopoli will send calls, messages and emails for the purposes of direct marketing and advertising of the enterprise’s own services or third-party services and products by enabling each User , in the case of a call, message or e-mail for direct marketing purposes, to disagree with the future receipt of such communications. Sopopoli performs any refusal to receive future communications for marketing purposes.
Art.5. Prohibited violation of copyright and related rights on www.sozopoli.com, trademark rights, or other intellectual property rights. Traffic to the mobile version of Sozopoli’s www.sozopoli.com is free of charge
Art.6. Any User who uses the services of Sopopoli’s Website has the right to express an opinion with respect to these General Terms by sending a personal message through the Inquiry Form.
Art.7. Questions related to the services offered on the Sopopoli’s website may be asked by the User by sending a message via the inquiry form.
Art.8. Information related to the use of the relevant Sopopoli’s website and the services provided through it can be obtained through the inquiry form.
Art 9. Sozopoli is obliged to keep the secrecy of the correspondence and not to disclose the personal information provided by the Users without their prior consent unless this is in accordance with a statutory provision.
Art.10. Sopopoli reserves the right not to respond to inquiries at the discretion of the administrator.
Art. 11. Sozopoli is not responsible to the User for:
Par. 1. Lost profits and other damages caused to the User as a result of the use of the services through the Sopopoli website and the page itself and the inability to use such services;
Par.2. Inability of the user to use the functionality of the website;
Par.3. Third party claims against the User in or on the occasion of using the functionality of the website;
Art. 12. Sozopoli is not responsible if, in the case of violations of the functionality of the software or technical support of other providers on the Internet or of the electronic communications links in and / or outside the country, the user can not use the functionality or functionality provided on Sozopoli’s website in part or in its fullest .
Art.14. Sozopoli processes the personal data of the individuals (Active Users), observing the requirements of Regulation 2016/679 and Ordinance No. 1 / 30.01.2013 on technical measures and levels of protection.
Art.15. Sozopoli reserves the right to unilaterally modify these General Terms and Conditions, as well as the structure of its website, for which it is not obliged to notify the Users.
Article 16. All applicable to these Terms and Conditions shall be governed by the laws in force in the Republic of Bulgaria.
Art.17. In the event of disputes, the Parties shall endeavor to settle it voluntarily by mutual agreement. In the absence of agreement, either party may refer the dispute to the competent court.