The site www.sierranevada.es (hereinafter the website), is owned by Cetursa Sierra Nevada, S.A. (hereinafter, Sierra Nevada), and aims to inform the Sierra Nevada as a ski and mountain resort, offer accommodation reservation services, ski passes, equipment, and contracting of other services offered by Sierra Nevada.
This document is published to comply with the obligations set out in Law 34/2002, Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce (LSSI-CE), and to inform you of the general conditions of use of the Website.
We also warn you that, on occasion, particular conditions may be established for the use on the Website of specific content and/or services, the use of such content or services will imply acceptance of the particular conditions specified therein.
This site has been reviewed and tested to work properly 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, but the possibility of force majeure or fortuitous cases that make access to it impossible cannot be ruled out. Therefore, it is not possible to guarantee continued access, nor the correct display, download or usefulness of the elements and information contained, which may be prevented, hindered or interrupted by factors or circumstances that are beyond our control
Sierra Nevada is not responsible for any damages, losses, claims or expenses arising from the use of the Website. You will only be responsible for removing, as soon as possible, the contents that may generate such damages, provided that this is notified.
In particular, it shall not be liable for damages that may arise, inter alia, from:
As a user you agree to:
You will be solely responsible for any false or inaccurate statements you make and for the damages you cause from the information provided.
If you negligently or wilfully fail to comply with any of the obligations established, you must be liable for all damages that may arise from such non-compliance.
The Website includes links to other websites managed by third parties whose Contents Sierra Nevada cannot have control (DGT, AENA, RENFE, hospitality and hosting companies, public administrations website, social networks, etc...), so you cannot assume any responsibility to them. In any case, the immediate withdrawal of the redirection to said website and any content that could contravene national or international law, morality or public order, informing the competent authorities of the content in question will be carried out.
The Website, including but not limited to its programming, editing, compilation and other elements necessary for its operation, the designs, logos, text and / or graphics is our property or, where applicable, we have a license or authorization by the authors. All the contents of the Website are duly protected by intellectual and industrial property regulations, as well as registered in the corresponding public registers.
Regardless of the purpose for which they were intended, the total or partial reproduction, use, exploitation, distribution and marketing, requires in any case the prior written authorization of Sierra Nevada. Any unauthorized use will be considered a serious breach of the intellectual or industrial property rights of the author.
The designs, logos, text and / or graphics outside of Sierra Nevada and that may appear on the Website, belong to their respective owners, being themselves responsible for any possible controversy that may arise regarding them.
To make any kind of observation regarding possible breaches of intellectual or industrial property rights, as well as any of the contents of the Website, you can direct an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The provision of the service of this Website and the other services have in principle an indefinite duration. However, any of the services offered may be terminated or suspended, and it may be communicated when possible.
In the event that any stipulation becomes unenforceable or void under applicable law or as a result of a judicial or administrative decision, such unenforceability or nullity will not make the remaining provisions unenforceable or void as a whole. In such cases, the amendment or replacement of that stipulation shall be made to a valid and enforceable provision and which, as far as possible, achieves the objective and claim reflected in the original stipulation.