Privacy Policy

Santa Margherita S.p.A., as Data Controller (henceforth, “Controller”) of your personal data, is publishing this privacy policy in compliance with European and Italian regulations regarding the protection of personal data, with the aim of informing you regarding the purposes and means of processing the personal data that you may communicate while browsing the present website (henceforth, “Website”).
Please note that the present notice refers exclusively to this Website and not to the websites of third parties that may be accessed by the User by means of links present within this Website.


Browsing data

The computer systems and software procedures employed for the functioning of this Website acquire, during the course of their normal use, certain personal data whose transmission is implicit when using the communication protocols of Internet. This is information which is not gathered to be associated with identifiable interested parties but which, by its very nature, may, by means of processing and association with data held by third parties, allow users to be identified. This category of data includes, for example, IP addresses or domain names of the computers used by the users who connect to the Website, addresses in URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) notation of the resources requested, the time of the request, the method used to place the request with the server, the size of the file obtained in reply, the numerical code indicating the status of the response given by the server (successful, error, etc.) and other parameters regarding the operating system and the IT environment of the User. These data are only used to obtain anonymous statistical information about the use of the website and to check that it functions correctly, and are cancelled immediately after processing. For reasons linked to its functioning and maintenance, the Website and any third-party services used by it may create System Logs, i.e., files that record communications and which may also contain Personal Data, such as the User’s IP address.

Data provided voluntarily by the User

Sending electronic mail to the addresses indicated on the Website – which is discretionary, explicit, and voluntary – involves the subsequent acquisition of your e-mail address – necessary for responding to any request – as well as of any other personal data you may communicate.


In compilance with Provision no.229 of 8th May 2014 of the Data Protection Authority, referring to "Identification of the simplified procedures for informing and acquisition of consent for the use of cookies", we hereby inform you about the use of browser cookies in this Website.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small file that is sent to the browser being used and is saved on your device when you visit an Internet site such as []

Cookies allow for efficient functioning of the Website, improve its performance, and provide information to the owner of the Website for statistical or advertising purposes, mainly to personalize your browsing experience by remembering your preferences. The Website uses various types of first-party cookies (created and managed by us) and third-party cookies (created and managed by third parties based on their own privacy policies and not under our control); below is an explanatory table:



  • Technical (session or browser) cookies: These guarantee normal browsing and usage of the website and therefore have the aim of rendering functional and optimizing browsing within the site.
  • Functional cookies: These are strictly necessary for providing services explicitly requested by the user.
  • First-party analytical cookies: These are used and created exclusively by us for gathering information, in an aggregated and anonymous manner, about the number of users and how users visit the site.
  • Third-party analytical cookies (Google Analytics): We have adopted appropriate instruments to ensure that processing with these cookies is carried out merely for statistical ends.

Enabling and disabling cookies in your Browser.


Most browsers are configurated to accept, control or – if necessary – disable cookies through their settings. We remind you, though, that disabling session or functional cookies may cause unsatisfactory functioning of the website and/or limit the service that we offer.

Here is the procedure to follow to manage cookies in the following browsers:

Internet Explorer:



Microsoft Edge:




The Data Controller will process your data in order to facilitate browsing and to provide any services you may request by means of the forms included for that purpose on the Website. Apart from what has been specified regarding browsing data and technical cookies, within sections of the Website designed for particular services that you may request you will be free to provide your personal data for the purposes shown in the respective notices, but failure to submit them may lead to the impossibility of obtaining the requested service.



The Data Controller will process the personal data gathered by means of the Website for the time that is strictly necessary for achieving the objectives for which they were gathered and also, once this time has come to an end, for a period that may be laid down by current legislation.

For further details, please consult any policy notices regarding particular services.


The Data Controller will not disseminate data, but may communicate them to persons within the Company whose jobs authorize them to carry out processing, as well as to external figures to whom it may become necessary to communicate such data. These recipients, should they have to process data on behalf of the Data Controller, will be named as responsible for processing with an appropriate contract or other legal document. 
For further details, please consult any policy notices regarding particular services.


Personal data will not be transferred, either to non-European third countries or to any international organization.


It is your right to ask the Data Controller for access to your personal data and rectify them if they are incorrect, to remove them or limit their processing if the appropriate conditions are met, to oppose their processing for the legitimate interests of the Data Controller, as well as to obtain the portability of data provided in person only if it is the object of automated processing based on consensus or on a contract. You also have the right to revoke the consensus given for the purposes of processing that require it, without prejudice to the lawfulness of processing carried out prior to the time of revocation.

To exercise your rights, you may use the form available here and send it to the following address: []. Lastly, we remind you that you also have the right to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority (

The present policy document may be subject to modifications: we therefore advise you to check the date of the latest revision. Whatever changes will be effective from the date of publication on the Website, but you will be informed of those we deem most significant, whenever possible (for example, if you have registered to receive our newsletter).