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Cookies policy

We use cookies when you visit our website. Cookies make it possible, among other things, to recognise your browser, the language selected and other user configurable elements and allow you to browse the website normally.

We use first and third party cookies. Some services provided on our website may also use cookies from associated companies.

By browsing our Website, you consent to the use of Cookies in the conditions established in this Cookies Policy. We never use first party cookies to display advertising based on your browsing activity.

As this cookies policy may be updated from time to time, you are advised to check it regularly in order to be correctly informed.

However, you can change your cookie preferences on your browser configuration so that you can be notified of the reception of cookies and, when desired, prevent these from being installed on your hard drive.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are stored on your device (computer, cell phone, etc.) when you access certain websites, enabling the website owner to store or retrieve certain information (number of times the website is visited, registered user identification, guarantee user session, etc.). Cookies are only associated with the browser (Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Opera) used to visit the site, so that if different browsers are used, each will have its own associated cookies.

Cookies can be "session" based (deleted when the web page is closed) or "persistent" (they remain on your device until a given date).

What are cookies used for?

Cookies are used to make it easier for you to browse the website, as they personalize certain contents based on the choices you make. For example, to display the website in your preferred language each time you visit us.

Some cookies are strictly necessary for the use of certain functions, such as accessing secure areas of the site, or enabling appropriate content based on your device.

We also use analysis cookies on our websites. These cookies enable us to learn about the number of visits and browsing habits, and are therefore very useful for traffic analysis and service improvement. Such information is anonymous and does not contain any type of personal identification.

What types of Cookies do we use?

We are now going to explain what type of cookies we use and why we do so.

First party cookies

  • Session cookies
    These are used to identify your visit to the website. They are all deleted when you close your browser.
  • Technical and functional cookies
    These cookies remain on your device for a longer period of time in order to adapt the contents to your preferences Other cookies used are necessary for the correct functioning of different services that we offer on the website.

Cookies from third parties or associated companies

  • Google Analytics
    These cookies collect information on the number of visits, pages or sections visited, browsing time, search terms used, details on the browsers used, etc. They are used to analyse the users' browsing habits on the website and to improve the website operation. The information collected by these cookies is global and anonymous. You can find out more about these cookies by clicking here. You can also opt out of using Google Analytics by downloading and installing this add-on:

Blocking or deleting cookies

If you want to get information about, block or delete the cookies installed on your terminal equipment, you need to configure the options of the browser installed on your computer.

To restrict or block cookies, you need to change the settings on the browser that you are using on your terminal, whether this is a computer, smartphone or tablet. Generally, browsers offer the following setting options with regard to the installation of cookies:

  • The browser rejects all cookies and, therefore, no cookie from any website is installed on your terminal.
  • The browser informs you before the cookie is installed so that you can decide whether or not to agree to its installation.
  • The browser only rejects third party cookies from the websites visited, but not those from the website that you are browsing.
  • The private mode browsing option, by which cookies are installed on the terminal but are deleted automatically when the website browsing session ends.

You can check the steps for changing the settings on the following browsers:

If you block or delete cookies, we will be unable to maintain your preferences and some website features may not be operative.