Cookie Policy - Terme Čatež

Cookie Policy

Terme Čatež, as the operator, uses cookies on its website. Cookies are small text files that are downloaded to a user's computer when the user visits a website. Cookies usually contain the following data:
  • name,
  • value (a unique number),
  • name of the server from which the cookie was sent,
  • lifespan.

There are several types or categories of cookies: temporary/persistent; first-party/third-party, strictly necessary for the operation of the website/not as necessary, partially intrusive, collecting statistics/highly intrusive, collecting statistics and personal data.

All categories share a time limit on their duration.
Cookies can therefore perform some important functions, such as: personalising the website, improving the user experience and so on.

Cookies used

The operator of the website uses the following types of cookies for the purposes and duration indicated in the tables below.

Essential cookies

Cookies that enable the website to function. These are essential cookies, without which the website cannot function. This information contained in them is anonymous – we do not see your personal information.
Name of the cookie Domain Description Duration
ASP.NET_SessionId A generic session cookie used by websites based on Microsoft.NET technology. It is usually used to maintain an anonymous user session from the server side. 1 year
didomi_token Save cookie settings 1 year
euconsent Save cookie settings 1 year

Analytical cookies

These cookies collect information that we use to better understand how you use the site and help us personalise our website and app to improve the user experience.
Name of the cookie Domain Description Duration
_ga The _ga cookie, set by Google Analytics, calculates information about visitors, sessions and advertising campaigns and tracks website usage for a website analytics report. The cookie stores information anonymously and assigns a randomly generated unique number to identify individual visitors. 2 years
_gid The _gid cookie, set by Google Analytics, stores information about how visitors use the website and generates an analytics report on the operation of the website. Some of the information collected includes the number of visitors, their source, and the pages they visit anonymously. 1 day
_gat This cookie is set by Google Universal Analytics to limit the level of requests and thus limit the collection of data on sites with high traffic. 1 minute
_ga_# This is used for Google Analytics to collect data about the number of visits a user makes. 2 years
_gcl_au This cookie is used by Google Analytics to understand the user's interaction with the website. 3 months

Marketing cookies

Cookies that serve to improve the user experience when using our products, to target ads and to optimise content.
Name of the cookie Domain Description Duration
__adroll_consent_params Adroll uses these cookies to help track users across multiple sessions to deliver targeted ads. Session
__atrfs This is used to collect non-personal visitor behaviour data and non-personal visitor statistics. Session
__atuvc This cookie is associated with the AddThis social media sharing widget and stores the updated number of pages shared. 1 year
__atuvs This cookie is associated with the AddThis social media sharing widget, which has a similar purpose to other cookies set by the service. Session
loc Stores the geolocation of the visitor to record the location of the sharer. 1 year
uvc Tracks how often the user interacts with AddThis. 1 year
xtc Registers the user's sharing of content through social media. 1 year
_fbp This is a cookie set by Facebook and is used to deliver a range of advertising products, such as real-time offers from third-party advertisers. 3 months
cookietest / Session
cx_id Captures and processes data for market research, advertising and improving the user experience online. 2 years
cx_test / Session

About cookies

Cookies are nothing new; all of us who visit websites have many more cookies from different websites stored on our computers, tablets and mobile phones. What is new is that the new legislation (ZEKom-2) brings changes to the way visitors are informed or consent to their use.

What are cookies?

They are small text files that most websites store on the devices that users use to access the internet in order to identify the individual devices that users have used to access the websites. Their storage is under the full control of the browser used by the user – who can restrict or disable the storage of cookies if they wish. Cookies are not harmful and are always time-limited.

Why are cookies needed?

Cookies are essential for providing user-friendly online services. The interaction between the web user and the website is faster and easier with the help of cookies. In particular, the site remembers the individual's preferences and experiences, thus saving time and making browsing the site more efficient and user-friendly.

Disabling cookies

We will in no way use cookies to collect your personally identifiable information, and you decide whether or not to allow the storage of cookies on your device. You can monitor and change your cookie settings in your web browser.

Please note that if cookies are deactivated, not all functions of the website may work equally effectively, a warning about cookies will be displayed every time you visit, and in the long run this will negatively affect your user experience.

For information on cookie settings, select which web browser you are using.

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