Definition and function of cookies

In accordance with the provisions of Law 34/2002 on Information Society Services and E-Commerce, we inform you that this website stores information on the IP addresses of computers, and uses Cookies in order to provide better service and offer you a better browsing experience.

Cookies are small text files that contain information, and which are generated on the User's computer or device when browsing the website. By browsing this website, we understand that you give your consent to receive these Cookies. Through them, this website only obtains and retains information under the conditions described in this Cookies Policy.

What types of cookies do we use?

Session cookies: These are a type of cookie designed to collect and store data while accessing our website. They remain in your browser's cookie file until you leave the page. Identification cookies are an example of this.

Persistent cookies: These are a type of cookie in which the data remains stored in the terminal and can be accessed and processed for a certain period of time.

First-party cookies: These are cookies that our website sends to your computer or device.

Third-party cookies: These are cookies which are sent to your computer or terminal from a domain or a web page that is not managed by us, but by a collaborating entity (for example, those used by Google, who install cookies that help us analyse the operation of our website and improve the effectiveness of our marketing campaigns).

Technical cookies: These are necessary for browsing and the proper operation of our website. For example, they enable the purchase process, control the security aspects of the site and share content through social media.

Analysis cookies: These are either used by us or by third parties to quantify the number of users and thus measure and statistically analyse how users use our website. We do this by analysing browsing habits on our website in order to enhance the products and services that we offer.

Advertising and behavioural advertising cookies: Advertising cookies allow us to manage, in the most efficient way possible, the advertising spaces that may be included in our web page based on criteria such as edited content or the frequency with which advertisements are displayed. Behavioural advertising cookies act based on the behaviour (preferences and personal choices) of the users, as obtained through the constant observation of their browsing habits, which allows for the creation a specific profile to display personalised ads on other websites.

How can I configure or disable cookies?

You can configure your browser to notify you when cookies are received. You can then refuse to accept them by turning on the setting in the browser that allows you to reject them. However, we warn you that the deactivation of Cookies may cause limitation or even an inability to access some of the features of our website. It is also possible that some of the services will stop working correctly.

Below, we explain how you can disable the use of cookies in the main browsers on the market:

Google Chrome: "Customise and control Google Chrome" menu and click on the "Show advanced options" link. Then, click on the "Content settings" option where options available for cookies will appear.

Firefox: "Tools" menu, click on "Options" and then click on the "Privacy" tab, where the options available in relation to cookies will appear.

Internet Explorer: "Tools" menu, click on the "Internet Options" option and, in the pop-up menu, continue to the "Security" tab. Here you can select one of the default security levels or customise your own.

Android Chrome: access the "Settings" menu, click on the "Security and privacy" option and a pop-up menu will appear where you can select whether or not to use cookies.

For more details on setting up cookies in your browser, please check your browser's "Help" menu. We also suggest you consult the Aboutcookies website where you will find detailed explanations on how to delete cookies from your computer and more general information about them.

Cookies from third parties/partner companies

Google offers a large number of products, including Google Analytics, to help us manage our ads and websites. This is the analytics tool that helps our website to understand how users interact with its properties. It can use a set of cookies to collect information and report website usage statistics without personally identifying individual visitors to Google. They collect the information, including the user's IP address, which will be transmitted, processed and stored by Google in the terms established on the website. This includes the possible transmission of said information to third parties when legally required, or when said third parties process the information on Google's behalf.

These cookies can be enabled from a series of different domains, including and, and allow us to use services alongside Google's service, such as a feature for measuring and preparing ad reports. See more information about the types of cookies that Google uses or about Google Analytics cookies.