Chez Camille, seafood restaurant in Ramatuelle

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Cookies needed for the required service

They allow you to use the basic features of the website, for instance, to access your personal account or memorize your terminal display preferences (language, display parameters) and take them into account when you visit our website, according to your terminal graphic charter, and visualisation and player software. They also allow us to link the pages you consulted together in order to make sure you have a smooth browsing experience and to display interactive maps.

To configure your cookies:

You may completely deactivate cookies in your browser. Our website will not work properly but you will have access to the basic action.

1/ If you use Internet Explorer
- In an Internet Explorer window, click on the “Tools” button and “Internet Options”.
- In the “Privacy” tab, move the slider to the top to block all cookies, or to the bottom to allow all cookies, then click “OK”.

2/ If you use Firefox
- Go to “Settings” and select the “Options” menu
- Click on the “Privacy” tab, uncheck “Accept cookies” and click OK.

3/ If you use Safari
- In your browser, click on “Safari”, and select “Preferences”.
- Click on “Privacy”.
- Choose “Always” in the “Block the cookies” section, and then click OK.

4/ If you use Google Chrome
- Click on the Chrome menu in the browser tool bar.
- Select “Settings”.
- Click on “Show advanced settings”.
- In the Privacy section, click the “Content settings” and “Cookies”.
- In the cookies section, uncheck “Allow sites to save and read cookie data” and check “Block third-party”, then restart your browser.

Audience-tracking and statistics cookies

They allow us to maintain the website, compile statistics, as well as count visits, and sections and content uses. Those studies contribute to better the content (tracking of the visits, the consulted pages, the visitors’ activities and their return rate). We are also able to analyse internet users’ browsing activity, which, in the end, helps us to improve our services and detect malfunction.

You can choose to able or disable our audience-tracking and statistics cookies:

 

 

Third-party cookies

When accessing our website, you might find one or several cookies from partner companies (“third-party cookies”) being placed on your terminal.

We make sure those partners agree to process the information collected on our website in accordance to regulations and to execute the appropriate measures on safety and data privacy protection.

Cookies on videos

To read videos on this website, we use a media player which involves the submission of cookies to work properly.

You can choose to able or disable our video cookies:

 

 

Advertisement cookies from partner companies

Those third-party cookies might be placed on your terminal and be used to identify the products you consulted on our website and to collect browsing data. Therefore, we will adapt our content to your interests and personalize the advertisements you see when you are on our website.

You can choose to able or disable the submission of advertising cookies:

 

 

You may oppose to the use of your browsing data by the following partners:

You may oppose all third-party cookies using your browser tools:

1/ If you use Internet Explorer
- In an Internet Explorer window, click on the “Tools” button and “Internet Options”.
- In the “Privacy” tab, click on Advanced and in the Third-party Cookies section, select Block, then click OK.

2/ If you use Firefox
- Go to “Settings” and select the “Options” menu
- Click on Privacy & Security. In the History section, choose “Use custom settings for history” and select “Never” in “Accept third-party cookies”.

3/ If you use Safari
- In the browser window, select the “Safari” menu, then “Preferences”.
- Click on “Privacy”.
- Choose “From third party and advertisers” in the “Block the cookies” section, and then click OK.

4/ If you use Google Chrome
- Click on the Chrome menu in the browser tool bar.
- Select “Settings”.
- Click on “Show advanced settings”.
- In the Privacy section, click the “Content settings” and “Cookies”.
- In the Cookies section, check “Block third-party” and restart your browser.

On its website (http://www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/les-cookies/conseils-aux-internautes), the CNIL (French national commission for information technologies and liberties) presents a large quantity of tools to limit your internet browser traceability: browser extensions that block trackers, social media “Share” buttons, resource loading coming from other websites…