Cookies Policy

Cookies Policy

We use cookies to facilitate the use of our website. Cookies are small information files that allow us to compare and understand how our users navigate through our website and consequently to better manage the navigation process.

The cookies we use do not store any personal information or any type of information that could identify you. If you do not want to receive cookies, please configure your internet browser to delete them from your computer’s hard drive, block them or warn you in the event of the installation thereof.

To continue without changing your cookie settings, simply continue to browse the website.

Essential cookies

These cookies are necessary for the correct functioning of the website, allowing access to sections that have security filters. Without these cookies, many of the available services would not be operational.

Navigation cookies

These cookies collect information about the use of the website in each visit, for example, the pages visited, loading errors etc. This is generic and anonymous information which does not include personal data, nor does it collect information that could identify the visitors, as its ultimate objective is to improve the functioning of the website.

By visiting our website, you accept the installation of these cookies on your device.

Functional cookies

These cookies enable the recording of information (such as user name, language or the region where the user is located) and some more personal characteristics. For example, they enable us to offer personalised content based on the information and criteria that you have voluntarily supplied. These cookies can also be used to record changes made to text size, fonts and other aspects of the website that can be personalised. They are also used to offer certain requested services, such as to view a video or comment on a blog. The information that these cookies collect may be anonymous and your activity on other websites cannot be followed.

By visiting our website, you accept the installation of these cookies on your device.

Google Analytics only uses First-party cookies, which are linked to the domain where they are produced.

Within Google Analytics, we can distinguish between different types of cookies:


utma: This cookie creates a unique user ID which is used to count how many times a user visits a website. It also registers when their first and last visits to the website occurred. It is a persistent cookie that may not expire for two years.


utmb and utmc: These cookies are used to calculate when a session has ended. The utmb registers the time of arrival on a web page and the utmc checks if the session should stay open of if a new session should start.


utmz: This cookie is responsible for registering the origin of the user and the keywords. They expire after six months, but they are renewed every time you visit the website unless it is a direct visit.


utmv: The fifth cookie, which is an optional one, is only used in the case of personalised variables, such as segmenting demographic data such as the age and sex of visitors obtained from the registration information. It is a persistent cookie, like the utma.

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