Legal Notice


Domain name:
Trade name: CASA CARMELA
Company name: CASA CARMELA SLU
Spanish tax ID (NIF): B46443909
Company address: C/ ISABEL DE VILLENA 155, 46011 VALENCIA (VALENCIA)
Phone number: (+34) 963 710 073
Registered in the Commercial Registry of Valencia, Volume 4172, Page V-20008, Book 1484, Entry 8, Folio 11


Personal data are never collected via this website. Thus, users are not required to enter any type of identification to access it. Only when contacting us via the form or email will we process your data so that we can answer your queries or send information or estimates as requested.

The purpose of the present website is to provide information on the services and business of CASA CARMELA SLU.

Accessing the website, as well as using the information it contains, is done under users’ exclusive responsibility. CASA CARMELA SLU shall not be liable for any damage or loss that could stem from these uses.

The owner of the website may offer services or products via this website that could be subject to particular conditions that, depending on the case, replace, complete and/or modify the present conditions, of which users will be notified in each specific case.

The usage of this website entails taking on the status of website user, and involves the full and unreserved acceptance of each and every one of the provisions included in this Legal Notice, in its version published by CASA CARMELA SLU at the time when users access the website. Consequently, users should carefully read the present Legal Notice each time that they use the website, as it may have undergone modifications.

Users undertake to use the website, the contents and services in accordance with the law, the present Legal Notice, the Privacy Policy, good customs and public order. Users are similarly obligated to not use the website or the services presented on it for illegal purposes or contrary to the contents of the present Legal Notice, which damage third-party interests or rights, or could damage, render useless or worsen the website or its services in any way, or prevent the normal enjoyment of the website by other users.

The user is the sole party responsible for any claim or legal action, in or out of court, initiated by third parties against the owner of the website based on the user’s use of the contents.

The availability of the contents could be interrupted due to computer or technical problems and/or by force majeure that CASA CARMELA SLU shall try to rectify as soon as it becomes aware of them. It can also not guarantee with absolute certainty that the contents or software accessed are free from mistakes or could not cause damage.

The contents published may include links to third-party websites that are considered to be of possible interest to users. CASA CARMELA SLU shall not be held liable for the connections or contents of these third-party links or cookies when linking to social media sites such as Facebook.

Links via frames or any other type are prohibited to images or sections of the website that permit access to this information via another website.


The contact details you provide us are processed to be able to respond to the question or query made. After answering, they will be erased.


The website, including but not limited to, the programming, publishing, compiling and other items necessary for its operation, the designs, logos, texts and/or graphics are proprietary to the DATA CONTROLLER or, as applicable, holds the license or express authorisation from their authors. All website contents are duly protected by intellectual or industrial property regulations, as well as registered in the pertinent public registries.

Regardless of the purpose for which they are intended, the total or partial copying, use, operation, distribution and marketing shall always require previous written authorisation from the DATA CONTROLLER. Any use not first authorised shall be considered a serious breach of the author’s intellectual or industrial property rights.

The designs, logos, texts and/or graphics that are not proprietary to the DATA CONTROLLER and that may appear on the website are owned by their respective owners, so that these parties are responsible for any dispute that could arise with respect to these items. The DATA CONTROLLER expressly authorises third parties to directly redirect to the specific contents of the website and shall always redirect to the main website of

The DATA CONTROLLER recognises the pertinent intellectual property rights on behalf of their owners, where their mention or appearance on the website does not entail the existence of rights or any liability over said rights, and neither does it endorse, sponsor or recommend them.

To make any remarks on possible breaches of intellectual or industrial property rights, as well as on any of the website contents, users can send an email to


The user is the sole party responsible for any claim or legal action, in or out of court, initiated by third parties against the owner of the website based on the user’s use of the contents.

The availability of the contents could be interrupted due to computer or technical problems and/or by force majeure that CASA CARMELA SLU shall try to rectify as soon as it becomes aware of them. It can also not guarantee with absolute certainty that the contents or software accessed are free from mistakes or could not cause damage.


To resolve any disputes or matters related to the present website or the activities conducted therein, Spanish legislation shall be applicable, to which the parties expressly submit. The courts and tribunals closest to VALENCIA are competent to resolve all conflicts stemming from or related to this use.



Basic information on data protection. Below, we notify you of the data protection policy of CASA CARMELA SLU.

Processing controller

The personal data that could be directly collected from the interested party shall be processed confidentially and shall be incorporated to the processing activity conducted by CASA CARMELA SLU.


The purpose for which CASA CARMELA SLU processes your data is because there is a commercial and professional relationship, because you are a company employee, because you have requested information from us, or because you are a supplier or third party with whom we have professional relations.


The data processed by CASA CARMELA SLU shall always be due to a purpose based on that which is established in article 6.1 a) or b) of the GDPR (EU) 2016/679, the general data protection regulation, or based on legal obligations.

Keeping your data

The personal data provided will be kept for the time needed to fulfil the purpose for which they were collected and to determine possible responsibilities that could stem from the purpose.

Data communication

Personal data shall not be communicated except for the legally established cases or when necessary to transfer them to the recipients with whom we work.

Rights of interested parties

Como titular de los datos, usted tiene unos derechos que puede ejercer en cualquier momento.

As the owner of your data, you have rights that you can exercise at any time.

You can exercise your rights to access, rectify, erase and request portability of your data, restrict or object to their processing, as well as not being subject to decisions based solely on the automated processing of your data, where applicable, by writing to CASA CARMELA SLU, C/ ISABEL DE VILLENA, 155 – 46011 VALENCIA or sending an email to:

We also notify you that if you disagree with processing, you also have the right to file a claim with the Spanish Data Protection Agency.
The General Data Protection Regulation regulates the rights of people affected by having their data processed, specifying that they can exercise these rights, in this case with the company, and related to the processing it conducts.

The rights that you have are: right to access, rectify, erase (right to be forgotten), request their portability, object to and restrict processing.

Right to access

The affected person has the right to be notified of:
• Processing purposes, the categories of personal data processed and the possible communication of data and their recipients
• If possible, the period of time your data are kept. If not possible, criteria for determining this period
• The right to request the rectification or erasure of the data, restrict or object to processing
• The right to submit a claim to the control authority
• Obtain a copy of the data subject to processing
• If there is an international data transfer, receive information on suitable guarantees
• Of the existence of automated decisions (including profiling), the logic applied and consequences of this processing

Right to rectification

The person affected has the right to rectify inexact data and to complete incomplete personal data, including via an additional statement.

Right to erasure (‘Right to be forgotten’)

Exercising this right, the affected person can request that their personal data are erased with no undue delay when any of the cases considered occurs. For example, unlawful processing of data or when the purpose leading to the processing or collection has ended.
However, there are a series of exceptions regulated under which this right is not applicable. For example, when the right to freedom of expression or information prevails.

Right to restrict processing

Lets the affected person:
• Request the data controller to suspend processing of data when:
• The exactitude of the data is challenged, while this exactitude is verified by the controller.
• The affected party exercised their right to oppose data processing, while verifying if the controller’s legitimate reasons for processing take precedent over those of the affected party.
• Request the controller to keep their personal data when:
• The data processing is unlawful and the affected party opposes the deletion of their data and instead requests restricted use.
• The controller no longer needs the data for the processing purposes, but the affected party needs them to formulate, exercise or defend claims.

Right to object

The affected person may object to processing:
• When, for reasons related to their personal situation, processing your data must stop, except when a legitimate interest is proven or it is necessary to exercise or defend claims.
• When the purpose of processing is direct marketing.

Right to portability

The interested party will have the right to receive the personal data that involves them, that they provided to a processing controller, in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, and to request that a controller directly transmits them to another processing controller, without the controller to whom they were provided preventing this, when:
a) Processing is based on consent pursuant to article 6, section 1, letter a), or article 9, section 2, letter a), or in a contract pursuant to article 6, section 1, letter b), and b) Processing is automated.
2. When exercising the right to data portability in accordance with section 1, interested parties shall have the right to their personal data being transmitted directly from controller to controller when this is technically possible.

Right to file a claim:

In the event of disagreement, please write us an email and we will handle your request, or you may also write to the data protection agency.

Cookies Policy

In compliance with the terms of article 22.2 of Law 34/2002 of 11 July on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, this website notifies you in this section of the policy for collecting and processing cookies.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a file that is downloaded onto your computer when you go to certain web pages. Cookies let a web page – among other things – store and retrieve information on a users’ browsing habits or on their computer and, depending on the information they contain and the way users use their computers, they may be used to recognise these users.

What types of cookies do we use?

This website uses these types of cookies:
Analysis cookies: Those processed by us or by third parties that let us quantify the number of users and thus carry out statistical measurements and analyses on the use that users make of the service offered. To this end, their browsing on our website is analysed with the aim of improving the products or services that we offer users.
Technical cookies: Those that let users browse in restricted areas and use its different functions, such as completing the purchase process of an article.
Personalisation cookies: Those that let users access the service with some general predefined characteristics according to a series of criteria on users’ terminals, such as the language or the browser type via which users connect to the service.
Advertising cookies: Those that, either processed by this website or by third parties, let us manage the offering of advertising spaces on the website as efficiently as possible, adapting the content of adverts to the content of the service requested or the use made of our website. To this end, we may analyse users’ internet browsing habits and we can show users advertising related to their browsing profile.
Behavioural advertising cookies: Those that permit the management, in the most effective way possible, of the advertising spaces that, where applicable, the publisher has included on a website, app or platform from which the requested service is provided. These cookies store information on the behaviour of visitors obtained through continued observation of their browsing habits, which lets it develop a specific profile for displaying advertising in accordance with these habits.

How to disable cookies.

You can permit, block or delete the cookies installed on your device by setting up the options for the browser installed on your computer.
The majority of web browsers offer you the possibility of allowing, blocking and deleting the cookies installed on your device.
Below, you can access the settings of the most frequent web browsers to accept, instal or disable cookies:
Configurar cookies en Google Chrome
Configurar cookies en Microsoft Internet Explorer
Configurar cookies en Mozilla Firefox
Configurar cookies en Safari (Apple)

Third-party cookies

This website uses third-party services to compile information for statistical purposes and use on the website. DoubleClick cookies are employed to improve the advertising included on the website. They are used to focus the advertising according to contents that are relevant to each user, thus improving the user experience.
Concretely, we use the services of Google AdSense and Google Analytics for our statistics and advertising. Some cookies are essential for the operation of the website, for example the search engine incorporated.
Our website includes other functionalities provided by third parties. You can easily share the contents on social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram… with the buttons we have included for this purpose.

Warning on deleting cookies

You can delete and block all cookies on this website, although part of the site will not function or the quality of the website could be affected.

If you have any questions on our cookies policy, you can contact this website via our contact channels.

Please remember that any bookings made by email that have not been confirmed are not considered valid.

Where you’ll find us

Contact us


Carrer d’Isabel de Villena, 155.
46011 València.


Please remember that bookings are not valid until they have been confirmed by the restaurant.
(+34) 963 710 073
(+34) 696 017 989


Monday to Sunday from 1.00 to 4.00 pm