Privacy Policy

Privacy statement pursuant to arts. 13-14 of the European “Privacy” Regulation (GDPR)

Personal data that you include are processed by Nada – Via Trento, 13/15 – 58036 ROCCASTRADA (GR) – 366 1670334 in its capacity as Data Controller, for purposes connected with the supply of the services you have requested (for example: to ask for information, to register on the website in order to receive benefits and offers, to obtain estimates, make payments, purchase goods and receive them at the home address indicated, to make a booking or exchange documents).

In addition, data supplied may be processed, exclusively with your express consent, so that you can be sent commercial messages by email or text relating to the services offered by the Data Controller.

In the first case, the legal basis of the processing is the performance of a contract; in the second case, it is your consent. Data will be processed with electronic tools and made available to third parties (External data processors) within the European Union or countries outside the EU, regulated by contract and offering adequate security guarantees, necessary for the supply of services fundamental to your particular needs. External data processors, a list of which is available on request, may belong to categories of subjects that assist the data controller with the supply of the services offered through this website (for example: software developers and website operators, shipping agents).

Data will also be processed anonymously for statistical analysis and direct marketing purposes, as specified in further detail in our cookie policy. This type of processing operation is lawful and necessary if you are to obtain a service that satisfies your expectations. Data will be stored for as long as services are provided or for longer periods, only when permitted by law. You may exercise the rights provided for in articles 15-22 of the GDPR at any time, contacting the data controller of this website.

Click here to have only data stored on systems serving this website modified or erased. Information you give in your form (including your email address) may be passed on to an external enterprise acting as external data processor and assisting the data controller in the running of the website and handling of your request.

We point out that if you request that your data be erased, we may be unable to continue to provide you with the service you requested.

Finally, we inform you that you can make a complaint to the Data Protection Supervisor, if you believe that your rights have been violated.


This site uses cookies, also third-party cookies, to improve user experience, enable visitors to benefit from our online services and to view ads reflecting their own preferences. The cookies used on this site fall under the categories described below.

About cookies

Cookies are short text files that are automatically positioned on the user’s PC, within the browser. They contain basic information on navigating the Internet and, thanks to the browser, are recognised every time the user visits the website.

Details of the cookies installed on this website are given below, as well as advice on how to manage cookie preferences.

Managing cookies

1 – Technical cookies

The technical cookies described in this statement do not require the user’s consent as they are installed automatically as soon as he or she accesses the website.

Cookies required for the functioning of the website: cookies that enable the website to function correctly and also improve the user’s browsing experience. For example, these cookies ensure that the user remains connected while browsing, thereby avoiding the need for the website to request that visitors re-connect every time they move on to another page.

Cookies used to save preferences: cookies that allow preferences that were selected by the user while browsing to be recorded, for example, setting a particular language.

Statistical cookies and audience measurement: cookies that use data, collected in anonymous, aggregate form, to help understand how users interact with the website, providing information relating to the sections visited, the time spent on the site and any malfunctions encountered.

2 – Third-party cookies

Cookies operated by third parties are also installed via this website.

Links to the tables set out below are available, providing information relating to these third-party cookies and consent procedures. In addition, by accessing the page, information can be obtained regarding behavioural advertising and on how to disable or enable cookies from the companies listed that work with website operators in order to collect and use information that helps users benefit from ads.

Third-party statistical cookies and audience measurement

These cookies provide anonymous/aggregate information on how visitors browse the website. Links to the respective cookie policy pages and the management of consent are given below.

  • Google
  • Google Analytics: statistics system
  • Analytics cookies
  • privacy policy

Social media sharing cookies

These third-party cookies are used – whenever a user accesses the website – to integrate a number of widespread functions from the principal social media platforms and insert them in the site. More precisely, they enable the user to register and be authenticating on the website via Facebook and Google Connect, to share and comment on website pages on social media platforms, activate “Like” functions on Facebook and “+1” on G+. The links to the respective cookie policy pages are given below. Links to the respective cookie policy pages and the management of consent are given below.


Remarketing cookies

These third-party cookies, when present, allow ads to be shown that are based on interests expressed by users when browsing the websites and the APPs belonging to the circuit run by the third party that sent these cookies. For example, the remarketing cookies used by this website may be those from the Google Display Network and the Facebook Audience Network di Facebook. Links to disable the use of cookies by Google and Facebook are given below.

3 – Remember that you can also manage your cookie preferences via the browser

If you use Internet Explorer
In Internet Explorer, click on “Tools” and select “Internet options”. Move the cursor in the Privacy table upwards to block all cookies or downwards to enable all cookies, and then click on OK.

If you user the browser Firefox
Select the “Tools” menu on the browser and select the “Options” menu. Click on the “Privacy” table. Select the desired level in the “Storage rules” drop-down list. Tick the “Accept cookies” checkbox to enable cookies, or uncheck the box to disable them. Select the length of time for which the cookies can be stored.

If you use the browser Safari
Click on the Safari menu, select the “Edit” menu and select “Preferences”. Click on “Privacy”. Set “Block cookies” and click on OK.

If you use the browser Google Chrome
Click on the Chrome menu in the browser toolbar. Select “Settings”. Click on “Show advance settings”. Click on “Contents settings” in the “Privacy” section. Select “Prevent all websites from saving data” in the “Cookies” section, and then click on OK.

If you use any other browser or you don’t know the type or version of the browser you are using, click on “Help” in the top window on the browser to find all the necessary information.

Pursuant to articles 15-22 of the GDPR, the user is entitled to write to the data controller of this site in order to obtain access to his or her personal data, to have them rectified or erased or simply restrict their being processed (anonymisation) or make a complaint to the Data Protection Supervisor, whenever he or she believes that his or her rights have been violated. Click here to have only data stored on systems serving this website modified or erased.