Cookies policy

About this cookies policy

This web page uses cookies and other similar files (hereafter “cookies”) to provide you with a better service and an improved browser experience. The aim of this policy is to clearly inform you in detail of what a cookie is, what it is used for, what type of cookies we use and how to configure them, or deactivate them, in the case thereof.
Your current status: Consent accepted. Manage your consent.

A cookie is a file that downloads on to your computer when you visit certain web pages. Cookies allow a website to, among other things, store and recover information about user browser habits or their device, and, depending on the information obtained and how the device is used, they can also be used to recognise users.

However, they only obtain information related to the number of pages visited, the city to which the accessing IP address is assigned, the number of new users, the frequency and recurrence of visits, the visit time, and the browser or operator or type of device used when visiting the web page. In no case do they obtain data about the name, surname, postal address, or other independent data about the connected user.

What type of cookies are there?

Technical cookies are those that allow users to browse a web page, platform, or app and use the different options or services that exist on said location, including the web page management and operations options, and the authorization of functions or services such as, for example, user session identification, accessing restricted access areas, remembering the items included in an order, processing purchase orders, payment management, etc. A web page cannot work properly without these cookies, which is why they are considered to be so important. 

Preference cookies allow the web page to remember information which changes how the web page behaves or the aspect thereof so that the user accesses the service with certain features that make their experience different to that of other users, such as, for example, language, the number of results shown when a user search is made, or the region in which the user is located. If the user chooses these features for themself by clicking on a language flag (for example), this will always be considered as a requested service when the cookies follow the selected personalisation features.

Analytics and metrics cookies are those which allow us to understand how visitors interact with the web page and produce a statistical analysis of how users use the services provided. The information collected is used to measure website or app activity in order to make any improvements to the products or services offered.

Marketing or behavioural based ad cookies store information on user behaviour which they get from the continued monitoring of user browser habits, meaning a specific profile can be developed to show relevant and attractive ads to individual users, these are highly valued by third party advertisers.

Likewise, web pages can use their own or third party cookies. The web page’s own cookies are those sent to the users’ device from the computer or domain that is managed by the web page’s administrator, which is where the services requested by the user are managed from. Third party cookies are those sent to the users’ device from a computer or domain that is not managed by the web page’s administrator, but actually by another company which treats the data obtained through these cookies.

Cookies can be session cookies or persistent cookies. The former are a type of cookie which are designed to collect and store data only while the user is visiting the web page. Persistent cookies are a type of cookie that keep the data stored on the device and they can be accessed and treated for a period of time defined by the cookie administrator, which can range from a few minutes to several years.

What are the cookies used by this web  page and what are they used for?

This web page uses its own technical cookies which are used to store user consent.

This web page uses the following third party cookies:

Analytical cookies: These are those which may be treated by us or third parties and allow us to quantify the number of users and review their browsing, being able to measure and analyse statistics on how users use the page. They analyse the browsing of our web page in order to improve the content and provide a better overall service.

Preference cookies: These allow us to offer a more personalised content experience on the web page (e.g. language), to show content that is more relevant to users, and to send them any messages or notifications that they may request.

The apps used by these third parties are the following:

· Google Analitycs

These companies can also use the data they obtain to improve their own services and to offer services to other companies. You can click on the link included in each case to find out more information about said apps.

In addition to the cookies mentioned, we also inform you that this site uses cookies to permit the functioning and the rendering of services offered on the site.

What is the legitimate reasoning behind using cookies?

In the case of technical cookies, which are essential when browsing this page and to receive the services it offers, the legal basis of their use is the agreement you make to use this web page and the services which it offers. 

The legal basis for the use of the other types of cookies is the user consent, which is requested as soon as your access the site, this can be withdrawn at any time as explained below in the section “Cookie management”. Withdrawing your consent will not affect your ability to browse the web page and use its services, but previously treated data will not lose their permissibility due to the consent being revoked.

Who are the cookies sent to, or who has access to them?

In regard to third party cookies, as specified above, third parties are able to access and use the cookies as previously mentioned.

¿CWhat are your rights in regard to this web page’s use of cookies?

According to current regulations, anybody has the right to receive confirmation as to whether their personal data is being treated, or not. Likewise, under the legally provisioned conditions, any interested party has the right to access their data, as well as to request the rectification of any inaccurate data or, if applicable, request the removal thereof when, among other reasons, the data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected. In the case of cookies, these rights can be exercised subject to the limitations surrounding the nature of the files.

Under the conditions foreseen in the General Data Protection Regulation, interested parties may request that the treatment or portability of their data be limited, in which case, we will only keep the data to file or defend ourselves against any claims.

In certain circumstances and for reasons related to each specific situation, interested parties may also oppose the treatment of their data. If you have granted consent for a specific reason, you have the right to withdraw that consent at any time, without this affecting the permissibility to treat the data obtained prior to your consent being withdrawn. In these cases, we will stop treating the data, or, if applicable, we will stop treating it for that specific purpose, with the exception of if there are legitimate compelling reasons not to do so, or for the filing of or defence against any claims.

In the case of any infringement of your rights, especially when you have not been able to satisfactorily exercise them, you can file a claim with the Spanish Data Protection Agency (contact details can be found at, or any other competent controlling entity. You can also find more information about your rights by contacting said organisation.

Cookie management

You can allow, block, or remove those cookies installed on your device via the “COOKIES OPTIONS” button which appears as soon as you visit the web page.

You can also allow, block, or remove those cookies installed on your device through your browser’s settings menu, being able to configure it so that it blocks cookies and notifies users when a service wants to save your details. The following links will provide you with information related on how to configure and/or deactivate cookies for all of the main browsers on the market so that, as a user, you can decide on whether to accept the use of cookies or not.

Microsoft Internet Explorer: Tools > Internet Options > Privacy > Settings. Firefox: Tools > Options > Privacy > Cookies. Chrome: Options > Advanced options > Privacy. Safari: Preferences/Privacy. Safari for IOS (iPhone and iPad): Settings > Safari. Chrome forAndroid: Settings > Website settings > Cookies

Bear in mind that if you accept third party cookies, you must delete them from your browser options or from the system offered by the third party itself.