In these guidelines the term “cookies” is used for cookies as well as for comparable technologies which fall under the EU-directive for data protection within electronic communication.
What is a Cookie?
Cookies are small text files, which are created by the visited website and contain data. They are stored on the visitor’s computer and enable the access to various functions.
We use both permanent and temporary cookies on our websites.
Temporary cookies are only momentarily stored on the visitor’s computer during the visit to the website. These cookies are deleted as soon as the visitor closes his web-browser or after a certain time (after the expiring of the session).
Permanent cookies stay on the visitor’s computer until they are actively deleted.
Cookies provide us with information about how visitors use our web-contents and help us to improve our web-presence.
Website - Functionality and Content
Some functions contained in our website are supported by third-party suppliers, to give an example, if you watch a YouTube video or find a web link to YouTube on one of our pages. These videos or links (as well as every other content by third-party suppliers) may contain cookies of said third party. For more information concerning the use of these cookies please read the conditions of the website in question.
How can I prevent the application of cookies and/or delete them?
Should you still decide to refuse or block cookies used by the website Urlaub beim Anderles or of third-party websites, you can achieve this by changing your browser settings. Please use the “help” function of your browser for further information.
For information about the application of cookies for mobile phone browsers and how one can delete or block them, please consult the user manual of your phone.