Cookies’ policy:

In accordance with the Law 34/2002 of 11 July on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, we hereby inform you that similiarly to the majority of websites available, this particular site uses Cookies to improve and optimise the user experience. The following will define the concept of “cookies” and explain which types are used in the case of this website as well as how to change the configuration of the cookies used and also explain what might occur if these are disabled.


What are cookies?

A cookie is a file that is downloaded into your computer when accessing certain web pages. Cookies, amongst other things, allow the web page to stock and recuperate information regarding the browsing habits of a user or his/her computer depending on the information it contains and the way it is used. This means that the cookie can allow to identify the user.

•    Advertising cookies: these can either be handled by us or by third parties. They allow to manage advertising spaces available on the web page as best as possible. This means that the content of the advert matches the type of service required or the use of our web page. These allow us to analyse Internet browsing habits.


What happens if you disable cookies?

Some of the services’ functionalities and areas may not function correctly if cookies are disabled.


Do we update our Cookies Policy?

We may update our Cookies Policy. For this reason, we recommend you check it each time you access our website so as to be clearly informed about how the cookies used function and the reason we are using such cookies.


How can I configure these cookies?

Browsing and using our website implies that you accept the use of cookies based on the conditions stated in our Cookies Policy. As user you have the right to block, eliminate and reject the use of cookies at any given time by modifying the browser’s options.

For example:

•    Internet Explorer: Tools > Internet options > Privacy > Configuration.

For more information, you can consult Microsoft’s support services or the browser’s help pages.

•    Mozilla Firefox: Tools > Options > Privacy > Track record > Personalised configuration.

For more information, you can consult Mozilla’s support services or the browser’s help pages.

•    Google Chrome: Configuration > Show advanced options > Privacy -> Configuration of content.

For more information, you can consult Google’s support services or the browser’s help pages.

•    Safari (Apple): Preferences > Safety.

For more information, you can consult Apple’s support services or the browser’s help pages.

•    Opera (Opera Software): Configuration > Options > Advanced > Cookies

For more information, you can consult Opera’s support services or the browser’s help pages.


If you use another browser, you will need to consult its installation policy as well as the use and blocking of cookies. The following tool will help you find useful information and enable you to configure your preferences regarding the use of cookies depending on the chosen browser.


Are there any other types of web storage tools?

Some websites may use other forms of storage tools which are similar to cookies but more powerful such as other local storage tools within the user’s equipment such as:


•    HTML5 Local Storage and Session Storage, which is a space that the web page can use inside the user’s equipment. It is usually possible to delete the browser’s track record to eliminate those tools.

•    Flash “Local Shared Objects” (Silverlight’s “isolated storage”). These are stored inside Microsoft’s file that contains the user’s profile. You need to enter the file and eliminate the cookie (Vimeo’s videos for example).


These files are more intrusive than cookies and prove more complicated to eliminate. They store more information and do not depend on the type of browser used. We do not use this kind of web storage.