What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small computer file, a tracker, collected and used while you are browsing (e.g. checking email, visiting a website or using a mobile application) and deposited on your device, regardless of its model or type (e.g. computer, smartphone, tablet, video game console).
These files can contain various information such as login details of a session, a language, a browsing history, etc. They are mainly used to offer you personalised content or advertising and improve your internet experience.
Cookies are collected and stored, depending on your choices, for a period of 13 months following their collection. However, you may delete them at any time.
What types of cookies are used when visiting this website?
When you visit this website, different types of trackers are used. These cookies can be deposited by the Société des Téléphériques de la Grande Motte (Grande Motte Ski Lift Company) or administered by partners (e.g. publishers of audience measurement solutions). The list of our partners is available at this link that pertains specifically to this subject.
Certain cookies are strictly necessary for navigation operations on the website and do not require your consent. These cookies are collected directly by us, allowing us to
o Manage and secure your authentication on the website.
o Measure certain performances of the site in order to detect navigation issues or organise the display of content on the site, by offering different versions of the site (A/B testing).
o Retain your choice of settings and consent concerning the collection of optional cookies.
The collection and usage of other cookies require your consent. These cookies include the following:
- Functional cookies, allowing to:
o Adapt the website to the display preferences of your device (language, currency, display resolution, operating system used, configuration and settings of the display of website pages according to the device you are using and its location, etc.).
o Memorise certain information that you have entered on the website in order to facilitate and personalise subsequent visits (for example, displaying your first name and last name if you have a user account and have identified yourself).
- Audience and performance tracking cookies, enabling us to help understand your interactions with the website (most frequently visited pages, clickstream data, content viewed, applications used, etc.) as well as to process information collected by third-party websites. It also allows us to establish statistics, to improve the interest and user experience of the website.
- Affiliate cookies, which allow us to identify the original third-party website that redirected you to this website.
How to accept, refuse or delete trackers
We inform you that a refusal may diminish your experience on our site. We therefore decline all responsibility for all potential consequences of such refusal, particularly in terms of the lack of content suitable to your browsing and/or your choices.
Additionally, whatever you choose, you may, at any time,
o Modify your settings through our cookie management tool, exclusively for cookies collected via our website
o And/or have the trackers deleted from your device via your browser; these choices are applicable to all your internet browsing.
Here is some useful information regarding the configuration of cookies on browsers:
Most browsers are set by default to accept the use of all cookies and trackers. You can modify this setting to select the trackers whose usage you wish to accept or refuse. This setting must be changed on each of your devices (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.).
The methods for configuring and deleting trackers are different for each browser, described in the browser’s help menu. Below, you will find methods for configuring trackers for the most popular browsers:
- Internet Explorer: Managing cookies on Internet Explorer
- Safari: Managing cookies on Safari
- Chrome: Managing cookies on Chrome
- Firefox: Managing cookies on Firefox
Please note that if you choose to delete all the cookies from your device via your browser, we will no longer have information concerning your setting choices, and will be obliged to ask you to configure your choices again during your next visit to our website. The same applies in case you use a new browser or new device.
These settings are fully managed under the responsibility of the browsers. We therefore do not guarantee they will function correctly.
Other information pertaining to configurations, based on their purposes:
The browser settings are sometimes insufficient. If you wish, you can further refine your settings, according to the purpose of each cookie:
- For audience and performance tracking: Audience and performance tracking cookies are placed by third-party companies, but help us improve our website, making it simpler and more user-friendly.
The following link opens a page allowing you to learn more about these solutions, proposing a blocking mechanism against audience data trackers:
- Google Analytics (and other Google products)
However, please note that disabling these cookies deprives us of knowledge of important statistical information, which is necessary for the improvement of the site and its personalisation to your profile and interests.
Finally, we wish to inform you that there are a host of programmes that can be added to your browser, which allow you to block and manage all types of trackers, such as Abine or Ghostery.
For more information on cookies and how to manage their collection, you can also visit the website of the CNIL – Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés (French National Commission for Information Technology and Civil Liberties), by following the link here, then by clicking on the tab “Cookies Management” on the website.