Legal Information and personal data

Legal Information

The Visit Sal Island thanks you for your visit.

By choosing to visit the pages of this site, the web user acknowledges having read and accepted the limitation of liabilities and the terms and conditions for the use of this site. The user accepts the limitations offered by the Internet network in consulting the site’s pages. The Visit Sal Island may not be held responsible for difficulties in connecting to the Internet or in visualising the site’s pages. In particular the user acknowledges being informed as to the differences in interpretation of web pages by the different navigation software present on the market.


Site Publisher:

Guia da Cidade (Cape Verdean Law concerning associations)
Santa Maria – 4111 – Sal Island

Contents and Information

The website of the Visit Sal Island provides information provided for information purposes. This information is provided as is, regardless of its origin. The responsibility of the Visit Sal Island can not be held responsible for the inaccuracy, errors or omission of the information published on its website. Prices are given for information only.

Personal data

The Visit Sal Island, located at Santa Maria – 4111 – Sal Island  – Cape Verde, in its responsibility for data processing, collects your data to manage your orders and to send you its promotional offers based on your given consent or our contractual relationship.

The data collected is processed within the European Union and is retained for the duration of the legal retention period relative to the purpose of the collection.

As from 25 May 2018, you can exercise your right to the portability of your data as well as your right to limit the processing of your data. Currently, you can withdraw your consent, at any time, to the processing of your data, and you can exercise your right of access, rectification, opposition, and erasure of your personal data by sending a copy of your ID (proof of identity) with your request to the following address:

Guia da Cidade

Santa Maria – 4111 – Cape Verde

Our Cookie Policy

In order to enhance the functionality of our Website and provide a more enjoyable user experience, we use cookies. Cookies are small text files that enable us to compare new visitors with old ones, understand how users navigate our website, and obtain data from which to improve the web browsing experience in the future. They also enable us to manage your order basket and collect information for statistical purposes relating to how you navigate our website.

The cookies do not keep any record of personal information about a user and personally identifiable information will never be saved. If you do not wish to use cookies, you must reconfigure the settings of your computer in order to delete all Website cookies and/or receive notification if cookies are stored.

If you do not wish to change your cookie settings, simply continue visiting our website.

By using our website, you accept to receive these types of cookies on your device.

To find out more about cookies and the effect they have on you and your browsing experience, visit the website (in English)

How to manage cookies on computers

Cookie settings vary according to browsers.It is described in the help menu of your browser, which will enable you to learn how to change your settings according to your wishes:

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Please note: any configuring of your Web browser concerning the accepting or rejecting of cookies is susceptible to alter your navigation on the Internet and on our Website, as well as your conditions of access to certain services requiring the use of these same cookies.

List of cookies used on our websites

The aim of the Visit Sal Islands cookies policy is to give you information on cookies used on the Eat Out website, including their purpose and the means at your disposal to stop cookies being installed on your terminal.

1. What are cookies?

Cookies are information files installed on your computer by the Internet websites you visit. These cookies help save browser information, such as browser preferences and profile information.

2. Which cookies does our website use?

Cookies can be created by our website or come from third-party websites.

3. Configuring your cookie settings

a. Via your browser

You can change your cookie settings directly on your terminal, enabling or disabling the use of cookies by configuring your Internet browser settings. Cookie settings can vary from one browser to another:

  • On Internet Explorer™ :
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  • On Chrome™ :
  • On Firefox™ :
  • On Opera™ :

b. Via cross-industry platforms

Cookies can also be configured online on cross-industry platforms. In order to do so, log on to the Youronlinechoices website, developed by EDAA (European Digital Advertising Alliance)

This European initiative lists hundreds of internet advertising professionals and offers a centralised interface enabling you to configure cookies most likely used to target the advertising displayed on your terminal’s browser. Please be aware that this procedure will not stop adverts from being displayed on the Internet websites you visit. It will only block the technology that helps target advertising to your terminal’s browser and your interests.

c. Via certain websites

Some websites allow users to manage their privacy settings directly. Users can then find out more about the cookies saved by the website and choose whether to disable these cookies:

Google Analytics:

To manage your Google Analytics privacy settings on the Google website, visit the following page:

Facebook :

For more information on browser cookies used by Facebook, visit the following page:

Twitter :

For more information on cookies used by Twitter, visit the following page:


The reproduction, use, and exploitation of photographs, images, cards, texts, data base extractions, elements of graphic design and in general terms any material published on the site are prohibited without the prior agreement of their authors. Non-compliance with this condition shall constitute an infringement which may incur the civil and criminal liability of the infringer.

Hypertext Links

The presence of hypertext links connecting to other sites shall not constitute a guarantee of quality as to the contents and proper functioning of said sites.

The liability of the Visit Sal Island shall not be incurred as to the content of such sites. The web user must exercise necessary caution when using this information.

The creation of hypertext links to the Visit Sal Island web site shall be subject to its express prior authorisation. To submit a request please complete and send our contact form (Contact Us) and await our reply.

In the event of the creation of a hypertext link to the Visit Sal Island site without prior authorisation, the Visit Sal Island, if it does not approve of the contents, reserves the right to demand at any time the removal of said hypertext link.

Photo Credits

Reminder: the reproduction, use and exploitation of the photographs published on the Visit Sal Island web site shall be prohibited without the author’s prior agreement.