Baia dei Gabbiani Campsite
Via delle Collacchie
In thanking our guests for having chosen this campsite and wishing them all a pleasant stay, we should like to recall that this is a place of peace, where the primary objective is to stimulate and develop friendship between different peoples. Consequently all Campers are asked to treat other visitors with respect and courtesy, whatever their nationality. Before proceeding to the check-in and registration, we invite our Guests to read the regulations and price-lists currently in force in this campsite.
The Guest or Camper is any individual staying overnight within the Campsite (adult/child/infant);
The Visitor is any individual who enters the campsite for a limited period of time without staying overnight.
The Seasonal guest is any individual who has drawn up a special nominal contract, either total or partial.
The Nominee (intestatario) is the individual in whose name the registration form is made out at the time of check-in, or in whose name the distance booking has been made. The Nominee is responsible to the Management for any failure to pay on the part of the other components of the group or family unit.
The accommodation unit is the equipment or structure where the Camper spends the night within the campsite and may be:
– the Camper’s own property (tent, caravan, tent trailer or mobile home). Each accommodation unit, depending on the availability of the Management, comprises the assignment of a single pitch, a single vehicle and a single electrical connection;
– property of the Management (Bungalow/Cottage – on wheels and equipped with all services, caravan or tent); these may be rented by the day or by the week (for one or more weeks).
The second car or motorbike is a vehicle over and above that envisaged for each accommodation unit.
The extras are all the extra services provided within the campsite; these are optional and on payment. In order to utilise these services the Camper has to request them specifically from the relevant department, or from the Management or the relevant commercial department.
The check-in (2.0) is the formalisation of the bureaucratic and legal procedures which the Management requires Guests and/or Visitors to complete before entering the campsite.
The registration form, containing all the details of the stay, is issued to the Nominee at the time of check-in. The same holds for visitors. In the absence of a distance booking, this document functions as an on-site booking contract.
The pass is a bracelet supplied by the Management and attached to each Guest and/or Visitor at the time of check-in; the wearing of this bracelet is obligatory.
The sticker is a round coloured sticker which, on the Management’s instructions, is attached to each vehicle or to the Camper’s trailer.
The check-out (3.0) is the formalisation of the bureaucratic and legal procedures which the Management requires Guests and/or Visitors to complete before their definitive departure from the campsite.
The on-site booking is obligatory, and consists of the check-out date provided on the registration form at the time of check-in by the Nominee who has not made a distance booking.
The distance booking consists of the compilation and signature of a contract on the part of the Nominee; conditional upon acceptance by the Management, the booking becomes valid upon the due payment of a deposit to the latter. This procedure may be used both for booking a structure belonging to the Management, and for booking a pitch for the Camper’s own accommodation unit.
The deposit (1.5) is a percentage, indicated by the Management, of the total fee for the period of stay, exclusive of any eventual extras for which obligatory booking is not required; this deposit must be paid by the Nominee or Camper in order to guarantee the booking made.
The “mandatory personal cautionary deposit” (1.3) is an amount established by the Management which must be deposited by each Guest at the time of check-in, solely and exclusively in the form of cash, to guarantee the Camper’s compliance with the obligations which may ensue in the event of loss or damage to the Pass and sticker.
GENERAL REGULATIONS Baia dei Gabbiani CAMPSITE
A) Before the opening of each year’s season, and no later than the first day of the open season, the Management is entitled to make additions, amendments and modifications to these “General Regulations” by means of notices displayed on the notice-board. Each Camper is obliged to check the contents of these upon arrival before proceeding to the check-in formalities.
The formalisation of the check-in on the part of the Camper on his/her arrival shall effectively be considered by the Management as a tacit acceptance of these “General Regulations of the Baia dei Gabbiani Campsite” and subsequent additions, amendments and modifications, even if these have been made subsequent to the version signed at the time of the distance booking.
B) The introduction constitutes an integral part of these regulations.
C) Also integral parts of these Regulations are:
– Campsite booking contract/Conditions of the Campsite booking contract.
– Bungalow booking contract/Conditions of the Bungalow booking contract.
– Price lists for the current season.
– Total nominal seasonal contract, Partial nominal seasonal contract.
– Winter parking contract.
– All the documentation supplied by the Management and signed by the Guests.
The Management conserves the originals of all the above forms/contracts and of the present General Regulations, the contents of which shall alone be recognised as valid by the same. Any eventual modifications, cancellations and alterations which should be observed in respect of the originals, shall not only not be accepted but shall entail for the offender the liabilities established by law.
C/a) Also an integral part of the current Regulations are:
– The instructions for use of the gas canister and the warnings regarding the related risks (Law no. 7 dated 2.2.1973, and Law no. 539 dated 1.10.1985, in accordance with the notice displayed inside the campsite)
– Regulations for the sojourn of foreign visitors in accordance with the terms and conditions of art. 266 of the Public Safety Regulations, approved by Royal Decree no. 635 on 6 May 1940 (in accordance with the notice displayed inside the campsite)
– Regulations for conduct during the sojourn in the campsite in accordance with the Decree of the President of the Republic no. 577 dated 29/7/1982 (in accordance with the notice displayed inside the campsite).
D) Opening hours of offices and services within the campsite:
– Reception: 8.30/12.30; 15.30/20.00 (eventual seasonal variations to opening hours will be displayed in the Management offices);
– Return of documents: 8.30/11.00 – 17.00/19.00;
– Cash desk: 8,30/11.00; 17.00/19.00 (eventual seasonal variations to opening);
– Main Gate: 7.00/23.30; Pedestrian gates: 23.30/04.00 ;
– Silence periods: 13.00/15.30 — 23.30/7.00 (00.30/7.00 in the case of evening events);
– Bar: 7.30/23.30 (eventual seasonal variations to opening hours will be displayed outside);
– Shop: 7.30/13.00 – 17.00/19.30 (eventual seasonal variations to opening hours will be displayed outside);
– Restaurant: 12.00/14.00 – 19.00/22.30 (eventual seasonal variations to opening hours will be displayed outside);
– Clinic: see the opening hours displayed;
Cleaning of toilet facilities: see the opening hours displayed in the Toilet Facilities building (hours subject to variation throughout the entire period of opening of the campsite);
– Barbecue areas: 11.30/14.00 – 19.00/21.00.
E) Non-campers are strictly prohibited from entering the campsite; any individuals discovered on the premises without passes, or not duly authorised by the Management, will be reported for trespassing in accordance with the terms of Art. 614 of the Penal Code, excepting the right to claim for further damages.
F) All Campers and/or Visitors are bound to personally take care of their own property. The Management is, under no circumstances, liable for any eventual theft or damage to the property of the Guests and/or Visitors which may take place within the campsite.
G) Individuals bearing tattoos which may be offensive to the morals or the historic memory of any country or people whatsoever are not permitted to enter the campsite. Such images are also punishable under the Italian Constitution, and are consequently indictable under law. In the event of the Management becoming aware of having individuals who have violated this regulation among its Guests, then it shall proceed to their immediate expulsion from the campsite, without warning and at any time of the day or night.
1) Charges and Deposits
1.1) The displayed charges, for the Camper’s own accommodation unit or those belonging to the Management, may be either daily or weekly, irrespective of the time of check-in, and are sub-divided into low, medium and high season; the entire day of departure will also be counted should this take place:
– after 12.00 for Campers with their own accommodation unit;
– after 10.00 for Campers utilising structures belonging to the Management.
1.2) The extras are optional and on payment; those which do not need to be booked may also be requested during the period of stay. These must be paid for at the time of request at the relevant department, and, where requested, in advance.
1.3) The “Mandatory personal cautionary deposit” must be paid in cash at the time of check-in by each Camper – except those utilising accommodation units belonging to the Management – and will be returned by the Management at the time of check-out upon the return of the Pass (which will be collected by Management personnel) and of the vehicle sticker. Failing this, the deposit will be withheld in its entirety by the Management.
1.4) The Mandatory basic cautionary deposit (for those utilising accommodation units belonging to the Management) must be must be paid in cash by the Camper at the time of check-in and shall be returned by the Management at the time of check-out upon the return of the Pass for each Guest (which will be collected by Management personnel) and of the vehicle sticker, and of the consignment of the accommodation unit in a perfect state of repair, cleanliness, furnishings and contents. Failing this the various charges, in accordance with the price list (solely recognised as valid by the Management) displayed within each bungalow shall be deducted from the deposit/s. In the event of damage greater than the amount of the deposit, the Camper is bound to pay the difference at the time of check-out (see. para. 3.5).
1.5) The Deposit is obligatory for the performance of distance booking; it may also be requested by the Management for on-site booking.
1.6) The deposits may not be returned by the Management to persons other than those by whom they have been made, even if such individuals have been delegated; similarly, the Pass may only be returned to the Management by the Nominee in person.
1.7) Accommodation units may not remain empty within the campsite for the entire period of stay; in such cases, upon the authorisation of the Management, the daily charge in force for the relevant period for two adults and the accommodation unit will be charged.
1.8) Any eventual “promotional offers” advertised by the Management must be booked in accordance with the specified times and procedures; failing this the Camper will not be able to avail of them.
2.1) The check-in must be performed during the following times:
– between 15.30 and 19.30 for Campers with their own accommodation unit;
– between 16.00 and 20.00 for Campers utilising accommodation units belonging to the Management.
Check-ins before or after the above times are not allowed unless specifically authorised by the Management.
2.2) Guests and/or Visitors are only admitted with the authorisation of the Management. The Management of the Campsite is in any case entitled, at its own incontestable and unchallengeable judgement, not to accept Campers and/or Visitors which the latter considers to be undesirable, and has full entitlement to proceed to their immediate expulsion (without notice) from the campsite at any point whatsoever of their stay, and even immediately after the formalisation of the check-in.
2.3) Upon arrival, and more specifically at the time of check-in, the Campers and the Visitors must: hand over their identity documents to the Management, for the purposes of registration and the performance of the bureaucratic legal procedures; declare the date of check-out or perform the on-site booking for which the Management may, at its discretion, immediately request a deposit or the balance, or defer the entire payment to the check-out; collect the registration form; put on the Pass; attach the sticker to their vehicle and pay the due deposit/s in cash.
2.3a) In the case of distance booking or of on-site booking of accommodation units belonging to the Management, the balance must be paid at the check-in.
2.3b) Campers who have made distance bookings must produce all the relevant documentation for the Management.
2.4) In the case of property belonging to the Management the Camper is bound to check, together with the Management at the moment of check-in, the condition of the accommodation in terms of functioning, contents and cleanliness; any eventual claims made subsequently will not entitle the Camper to any reimbursement on the part of the Management. Any eventual damage observed by the Management at the moment of check-out will be debited directly to the Camper.
2.5) Before entering the campsite, the Camper is bound to check that the details recorded on the registration form are correct; subsequent alterations and/or modifications or claims will not be accepted. The copy held by the Management shall be held to testify.
2.6) The check-out date declared by the Camper on the registration form at the check-in (on-site booking) is binding, and obliges the latter to the payment of the entire period of stay declared, even in the event of early departure, irrespective of the motive (2.10a/11.20).
2.7) Upon the formalisation of the check-in each Guest is bound to put on his/her wrist a personal Pass, in the form of a bracelet supplied and attached by the Management, which must be worn, and displayed to the campsite staff on request, up to the end of the period of stay. Failing this, it will not be possible to enter the campsite or formalise the check-in.
2.8) The vehicles authorised by the Management shall be identified by the attachment of a sticker, without which the vehicle cannot enter the campsite.
2.9) The registration form must always be shown to the Campsite personnel when requested.
2.10) In the case of on-site booking, the immediate cancellation of the registration form will entail the payment of the relevant charge, and the loss of all “mandatory personal cautionary deposits” in the case of the Guests having already been provided with Passes.
2.10a) The cancellation of the registration form after thirty minutes from check-in entails the loss of all the mandatory personal cautionary deposits and the payment of the entire period of stay declared and recorded on the registration form (Camper/s, accommodation unit etc.. per/day multiplied by the total of days declared) except in the case of orders to different effect made at the discretion of the Management.
2.11) In the case of distance booking in which the formalisation of the check-in is not immediately performed on arrival, or where the registration form and the relevant Passes are cancelled for any reason whatsoever, as well as losing the entire deposit and the “mandatory personal cautionary deposits”- the Guests shall also have to pay the balance for the entire period of stay booked.
2.12) All Guests are bound to give notice to the Management (during office hours) of their arrival and/or of that of any eventual Guests/Visitors where this is due to take place after 20.00 and before 8.30; failing this, the Management may fail to authorise entry to the campsite.
2.13) In the case of loss or damage to the Pass during the period of stay the Camper is obliged to apply to the Management for the application of another (in the second hypothesis he/she must also return the damaged Pass) and pay a further personal cautionary deposit, since at this stage the first will be withheld by the Management.
2.14) Handicapped Guests are asked, on their arrival at the check-in, to request from the Management the key for the special bathroom for the disabled, and to keep this until the time of check-out.
3.1) The check-out must be performed during the following times:
– between 08.30 and 12.00 for Campers with their own accommodation unit;
– between 08.30 and 10.00 for Campers utilising accommodation units belonging to the Management.
Check-outs before or after the above times are not allowed unless specifically authorised by the Management, and subject to regularisation of that laid down in para. 1.
3.2) On departure, and more specifically at the time of check-out, the Campers and the Visitors must go the Management offices to:
return the registration form along with any eventual copies provided by the Management; pay the balance on the period of stay, if this has not already been done at the check-in; pay for any eventual extras; withdraw any identity documents left in custody; have both the vehicle sticker and the personal Pass removed by the campsite personnel; collect the cautionary deposit/s paid, and return any keys.
3.2a) Campers utilising accommodation units belonging to the Management are bound, before proceeding to the check-out, to carry out, together with the Management, a detailed check of both the functioning and the contents and cleanliness of the structure in which they have stayed, so as to obtain from the latter the permit for the collection of the cautionary deposit/s paid.
3.3) In the event of it being decided to prolong the period of stay beyond the scheduled check-out date, request should be made, through the Nominee, to the Management at least three days in advance.
3.4) The payment of the bill, excepting that laid down in para. 2.3a and for on-site bookings on which the balance has been paid on check-in, should take place at the same time as the check-out, and in any case during the cash-desk opening hours in force at the time.
3.5) In the event of failure, even partial, to pay for the period of stay and/or eventual damage to structures and contents belonging to the Management exceeding the cautionary deposit/s paid, the Management will apply the right of lien in accordance with the terms and conditions of Art. 2760 of the Civil Code.
3.6) In the event of failure, even partial, to pay for the period of stay and/or eventual damage caused to the interior of the campsite on the part of Guests with their own accommodation unit, the Management will apply the right of lien in accordance with the terms and conditions of Art. 2760 of the Civil Code.
3.7) For the payment/balance of the period of stay, bank cheques, post office cheques, travellers’ cheques and Euro-cheques for a value of over Euro 150.00 each are not accepted.
4.1) Unaccompanied minors are allowed to stay overnight in the campsite at the discretion of the Management, upon receipt of written authorisation from both parents, or other adults in loco parentis, on the special forms supplied by the latter and upon the conditions described therein.
4.2) Parents, or other adults in loco parentis, shall be held responsible for any eventual damage to persons or things caused by the minors, releasing the Management from any liability whatsoever.
5) Pitches/Accommodation Units
5.1) It is prohibited to occupy or enclose areas not authorised by the Management, and the Camper is obliged to park his/her accommodation unit in the place indicated by the latter.
5.2) It is prohibited to move or change the pitch assigned by the Management. Only the latter has the right to request such change at any time, without this entailing any fee or liability on the part of the Management.
5.3) It is strictly prohibited to attach, nail or tie any type of equipment (curtains, canopies, verandas etc.) to the trees.
5.4) At the end of their stay in the campsite, the Guests must leave the pitch clean and free of all encumbrance.
5.5) It is strictly prohibited to light fires of any kind, to throw cigarette stubs on the ground and to set up barbecues within the pitch or in any other area not specifically set aside for the purpose, to dig holes around the accommodation unit, damage the trees or any of the other equipment and structures present within the campsite.
5.6) Accommodation units belonging to the Camper without number plates or due for demolition are not accepted.
5.7) No equipment of any type may be left in the custody of the campsite at the end of the stay, and the Management declines all responsibility of any kind for property so left.
5.8) The Management is entitled, at its own incontestable judgement, to accept accommodation units belonging to the Campers with all equipment completely mounted, during the period in which the campsite is closed, on the condition that these are not permanently anchored to the ground.
5.9) Any eventual failures or breakages which should take place in the interior or exterior of the Bungalow during the period of stay must be reported immediately to the Management.
6.1) During the silence periods all noises which may disturb the repose of the Campers are prohibited, including the circulation of vehicles within the campsite. Offenders may be immediately expelled from the campsite, without notice and at any time of the day or night, at the incontestable judgement of the Management.
6.2) Access to the inside of the campsite is permitted solely and exclusively to such vehicles as have been equipped with an adhesive sticker by the Management at the time of check-in, and this must be kept on the vehicle up to the time of check-out. The Management is entitled, without any right to appeal on the part of the owner, to remove the sticker at any time during the period of stay, thus prohibiting access to the campsite for the vehicle.
6.3) The Management may, at its own discretion, accept or refuse any eventual second cars or motorbikes within the campsite.
6.4) Vehicles must always circulate at moderate speed, at what can usefully be defined as “walking pace”.
6.5) Guests returning to the campsite in the evening after the closing-time of the main gate must park their vehicle outside the campsite and enter on foot through the pedestrian gate.
6.6) It is strictly prohibited to park or leave vehicles in the area in front of the entrance to the campsite, except on arrival and departure and for the time required for check-in and check-out.
6.7) It is strictly prohibited to park any type of vehicle in areas other than those set aside for the purpose, or to obstruct circulation within the campsite; any Guest infringing this regulation shall be held liable in civil and penal terms both to third parties and to the Management. The Management is entitled to proceed to tow away the vehicle involved, charging the costs to the offender.
6.8) The parking of cars, motorbikes and trailers in the pitches is prohibited. In parking their vehicles, Campers are required to take all possible precautions to avoid damage to persons and things; any eventual damage and the resulting liabilities shall be charged to the offenders.
6.9) It is strictly prohibited, except for those expressly authorised by the Management, to position chains or similar so as to keep free parking spaces for cars/motorbikes.
6.10) It is prohibited to wash any vehicle within the campsite.
6.11) Vehicles running on LPG are strictly prohibited from parking inside the campsite.
7.1) Refuse must be deposited daily in the special containers for differentiated refuse collection located outside the campsite.
7.2) It is strictly prohibited to throw away bags of refuse in the bins located in proximity of the dishwashers, as in any other place within the campsite.
7.3) The Camper is bound to observe the opening times of the toilet/bathroom facilities building, in order to allow time for cleaning. The personnel appointed to this task may partially refuse access to the premises during these periods.
7.4) The Campers are bound to keep the toilet/bathroom facilities clean, as a sign of respect towards other Guests and the personnel appointed to this task.
7.5) Children under the age of eight must always be accompanied to the toilet/bathroom facilities by an adult; parents or those in loco parentis shall be held directly responsible for any damage caused by their children to themselves or to third parties; the Management declines all responsibility in this regard.
7.6) Flip-flops or plastic sandals must be worn within the toilet/bathroom facilities.
7.7) Sanitary towels must not be flushed down the toilets; special containers are provided inside each bathroom for this purpose.
7.8) It is prohibited to clean fish in the washbasins.
7.9) It is prohibited to use the drinking water fountains for washing the person, dishes, cooking utensils etc.
7.10) It is strictly prohibited to waste water, using it for purposes other than those envisaged and permitted.
7.11) It is prohibited to throw dirty water or water containing detergents onto the ground, or to use products which are pollutant, abrasive or potentially toxic for the health of persons or animals.
7.12) The hot showers, washing-machines and dryers operate only on tokens and/or cards which are on sale in the Commercial Centre.
7.13) The use of the bathroom for the disabled is strictly prohibited for the non-handicapped.
8.1) Barbecues are permitted solely and exclusively in the areas specially set aside for them, and must be left clean after use. Barbecues are strictly prohibited in any other area of the campsite.
8.2) It is strictly prohibited to use any material other than charcoal for the barbecue.
8.3) Before leaving the area, anyone who has used the barbecue is obliged to make sure that the embers are completely extinguished.
8.4) Access to and use of the barbecue is strictly prohibited to minors, even if accompanied by adults.
8.5) Any eventual damage to persons or things caused by the failure to observe even one of the above regulations renders the offender liable in civil and penal terms to third parties and the Management.
9.1) Connections to the electricity supply must be authorised and performed solely and exclusively by the Management.
9.2) The Camper must procure (at his/her own expense) a flexible cable of HN 07 RN-FO type or equivalent, of a minimum section of 2.5 mm with three internal wires: yellow-green for the earth and pale blue for the neutral, which must be intact and devoid of junctions. He/she should also procure the IEC 64/8 regulation socket for connection to the distribution boxes supplied by the Management; on no account must these be tampered with.
9.3) The caravan connector must be of a type which conforms to the IEC 64/8 regulation.
9.4) The Management allows a maximum input of 3 Amperes for each accommodation unit; on no account may this level be exceeded.
9.5) It is absolutely prohibited to use refrigerators, hair-dryers, irons or other electrical appliances which are not strictly designed for campsite use.
9.6) It is prohibited to use bulbs of over 40 watts for indoor lighting, or to keep outdoor lights on after 23.30.
9.7) The Management may, without any right to appeal, disconnect the electricity supply, even without notice, in such cases as it considers dangerous and/or not compliant with the regulations described above.
9.8) The failed supply of electricity does not give any entitlement to discount on the daily or weekly prices in force in the period of the stay.
9.9) It is strictly prohibited to use equipment the utilisation of which campers are not familiar with, or which is not authorised by the Management.
10.1) In compliance with the relevant provisions regarding the “protection of individuals and other entities as regards the processing of personal data” (in Law no. 675 dated 31.12.1996) the Management clarifies as follows:
The personal data communicated at the time of check-in and of distance booking are obligatory for:
– the compilation of the Police form, and the respective filing in our own archives;
– forwarding to the competent Police organs;
– specific requests on the part of the judicial Authorities;
– making the booking at our campsite valid and effective.
10.2) Except in particularly serious cases, the Management will not summon Guests via the loudspeaker. A list of names of those for whom messages have been left will be displayed outside the Management offices. The Camper should consult this list several times a day and arrange to collect any eventual messages left for him/her. The Management is not responsible in the event of the message not being collected, or being collected late.
10.3) Correspondence and phone messages must be collected personally at the Management offices by the interested party; if they are not collected, after seven days they will be disposed of.
10.4) Except where legally prescribed, the Management shall not provide information about the Guests staying in the campsite. Any Visitors and/or other individuals who present themselves at the Management for the purpose of meeting or contacting one of the Campers, must be announced in advance or in person by the interested party to the Management. The Management is entitled to ask Visitors to wait outside the gates.
11.1) In the case of an infectious disease being identified, this should be immediately reported to the Management which shall, at its own incontestable judgement, take the appropriate measures.
11.2) It is strictly prohibited to tamper with/adjust/modify any of the electrical/water supply systems on the campsite, or to use the hydrants and extinguishers for any purpose other than that for which they are provided, namely, the extinguishing of any fires which may break out. Offenders will be charged and prosecuted.
11.3) The Camper is bound to report immediately to the Management any eventual breakdowns or malfunctions which may occur within the campsite.
11.4) It is prohibited to move, tamper with or write on the posters and notices, both internal and external, belonging to the campsite.
11.5) It is a good rule not to enter the Commercial Centre in a wet or sandy condition.
11.6) Guests are strongly recommended not to enter the market with bags or towels.
11.7) It is not allowed to use the restaurant’s toilett for daily, personal hygiene. The toilet is only for restaurant guests.
11.8) Any object found inside the campsite should be immediately handed in to the Management which shall undertake to return it to the legitimate owner where he/she can be identified; failing this, after seven days they will proceed to dispose of the same.
11.9) The clothing and conduct of Campers should be respectful of communal living. It is not permitted to practise nudism, or to display attitudes offensive to the sense of public decency.
11.10) The emptying of chemical WCs on the part of passing travellers or persons who are not Guests of the campsite is possible upon: prior authorisation by the Management, observance of the times in which this is permitted, namely 8.30/11.00 – 16.00/19.00, and advance payment of the charge currently in force. For the performance of this operation, it is not permitted for the accommodation unit to enter the campsite (this must be parked outside), but only a single person carrying the tank to be emptied, intact and devoid of leaks. The structure is not equipped with a camper service but only with a WC with sump pit for special waste, which can be reached only on foot.
11.10a) The emptying of the chemical WC on the part of the campsite staff is free.
11.10b) For access to the chemical WC, the key must be requested from the Management and returned immediately after use.
11.11) It is strictly prohibited to play football or other games in the following areas inside the campsite: car parks, roadways, pathways, toilet/bathroom building, Commercial centre and forecourts.
11.12) Bicycles are permitted only for transit between the entrance and the pitch. Children are prohibited to ride around the campsite on bikes. Failing this, the parents or those in loco parentis assume all responsibilities whatsoever in relation to their children, third parties and the Management.
11.13) Dogs are admitted in the period indicated in the price list. In the authorised periods the owner is obliged: to produce the animal’s vaccination certificate illustrating the valid vaccinations including anti-rabies; not to leave the animal unattended; to keep it always on a lead and with a muzzle; to procure the appropriate shovel and bags, as well as those supplied by the Management should they be insufficient; to make sure that the animal does not perform its excretions within the campsite, and, should this occur, to proceed to the immediate cleaning up of excrement and urine; to make sure that the animal does not disturb the peace and repose of the other Guests. The owner is also responsible for any eventual damage caused by the animal to persons and/or things.
11.14) The Commercial Centre (bar, market, restaurant), comprising within the premises: newsagents, internet point, evening entertainments; mountain-bike hire and telephone boxes, is independently run by a Manager who is responsible in first person. Any eventual service failures should be immediately communicated to the latter and also to the Management.
11.15) “Seasonal Contracts”, “Bungalow Booking Contracts” and “Camping Booking Contracts” are and will be considered automatically cancelled in the event of force majeure taking place, intending for those events happenings beyond the control of the Campsite’s Administration and in particular serious atmospheric events, pollutions, exceptional socio-political events, fire or the missed extension of the State property concession and/or other administration permissions required, issued by competent departments and authorities, without implying any burdens or compensation to be charged to the Campsite’s Administration, the booker agrees therefore to renounce to any action and right.
In such case, the obligations of the Campsite’s Administration will be completely satisfied with the return of the received sums as down payment without any interests and/or any kind of penalty. Also, the Campsite’s Administration will not respond to any damages to things and/or persons deriving from natural catastrophes, serious atmospheric events, pollutions, exceptional socio-political events, terrorist acts of sabotage, vandalism and fire.
11.16) The permanent staff, and all those working within the campsite, are entitled to enforce the rules contained in these General Regulations.
11.17) For any complaints or information, visitors are asked to apply to the Management.
11.18) As laid down in para. “A”, the Management is entitled to make modifications and additions to the rules contained in these General Regulations at any time; these become immediately effective from the moment at which they are displayed on the notice-board.
11.19) These General Regulations, as well as all the documentation listed in para. “C”, excepting para. “C/a”, is protected by copyright. Any eventual copies, modifications, alterations or additions, even partial, made to the above documents by persons other than the Author are subject to legal prosecution.
11.20) The Italian version of the present General Regulations, as well as all the documentation listed in para. “C”, despite the translation into other languages, is the only version considered valid by the Management. For any dispute arising between the Guest and/or third parties and the Management in relation to these General Regulations, the Court of Grosseto shall be held to have jurisdiction.
11.21) The infringement of even one of the rules of these General Regulations, including the documents listed under para. “C”, may entail for the offending Camper a verbal or written reprimand and, in more serious cases determined at the incontestable judgement of the Management, his or her immediate expulsion from the campsite without notice (at any time of the day or night) and without this constituting entitlement to any economic reimbursement on the part of the Management in the case of the balance having already been paid, or discount in the case in which the Camper has yet to pay for the entire period of stay, which he/she is in any case obliged to pay in its entirety despite being obliged by the Management to a period of stay inferior to that booked.
11.22) Rental services. The unsuccessful use of the client for all the rental services offered inside the Camping for reasons independently of the will of the Manager do not entitle to any kind of reimbursement by the Manager or the Campsite’s Administration. The client is responsible for all damages to the rented facilities
11.23) Payment conditions. The fiscal document of the corresponding amount of the requested service the administration releases at the encashment, is the FISCAL RECEIPT; if the customer wants to have an INVOICE he needs to provide the necessary fiscal information. Regarding the correctness, he assumes every responsability. The following information is required in case of:
- Natural person: name/surname/address/fiscal code;
- Individual Firm: name/surname/address of company’s seat/fiscal code/VAT number;
- Non-stock corporations (limited partnership/copartnership) or joint-stock companies (limited company/stock company): corporate name/corporate seat/ fiscal code/VAT number
The request to release the invoice together with all the necessary information has to be made 24 hours before the payment.
From 1st May 2011, will be effective the Italian Law No. 122 of 30/7/2010 containing urgent measures regarding the financial stabilization and economic competiveness and therefore it is compulsory that:
A) the nominee residing on the Italian territory and therefore needs to pay to the campsite administration an amout that is equal or superior to the amount established by this law needs to provide at the release of the fiscal receipt his own fiscal code.
B) the nominee residing outside the Italian territory and therefore without fiscal code and needing to correspond to the campsite administration an amount that is equal or superior to the amount established by this law, needs to supply (at the moment of the release of the receipt for fiscal purposes, as provided by Art. 4, first paragraph, letters A and B of the Ministerial Decree from 29/9/1973 no. 605):
- Natural persons: surname/name/birthplace and birthdate/sex/fiscal domicile; copy identity card
- For subjects that are different from natural persons: name, corporate name, fiscal domicile