We use cookies to provide you a better service and provide you a better browsing experience, as well as to be able to show you advertisements based on your browsing habits. We are responsible for the installation of the cookies that we use and for what we do with the data we obtain from them, whether they are our own or third-party cookies.

In the following table you will find links that facilitate access to the points of this policy that may interest you, but we recommend you to completely read it:

1……… What are cookies and what other things are stored in the browser?

2……… Are they dangerous?

3……… What technical cookies are used and what for?

4……… What preference cookies are used and what for?

5……… What satistical cookies are used and what for?

6……… What marketing cookies are used and what for?

7……… What other items are stored in the browser and what for?

8……… How to manage or disable cookies?

9……… Changes to this Cookies Policy


1.  What are cookies and what other things are stored in the browser?

Cookies are small text files that are stored in your browser when you visit our website. These files contain information about your browsing and interaction with our web, with the purpose of making your user experience more efficient and able to display advertisements based on your browsing habits. Some cookies are essential for the proper functioning of our website, such as technical cookies or those of the user interface customization, and others, such as analysis or behavioural advertising cookies (or marketing), require that we inform you and that you give us your consent before it can be used.

LocalStorage and SessionStorage are two data storage spaces located in your browser’s device and, as cookies, may be own (when created by our website) or may be of third-party (when created by service providers or partners). The difference between the two spaces is that LocalStorage stores the information indefinitely or until you decide to clean the browser data, while SessionStorage stores information for as long as the tab of our website is open and, once closed, the information is deleted. The difference with cookies is that these two spaces allow to store more information than other cookies without impacting on the performance of our website.

You can get more information here.

Finally, we inform you that although the purpose of third-party cookies that we use, which we are responsible for, is the indicated in the tables of the following sections, these third-party may use the data collected by their cookies to other purposes for which they are solely responsible. In the case of third-party cookies, our responsibility for the third-party purpose is limited to the cookies download to your device (what we do for the stated purpose). You may be informed of the third-party purposes, and if they transfer to third countries or not in their policies (see the links in the table).

2.  Are they dangerous?

In general, the risk level of cookies depends on their type and whether they are your own or third-party. Most cookies are not dangerous. Specifically:

Technical and preference cookies have more benefits than risks

The European Data Protection Committee (former WG29), in its Opinion 4/2012, “on the cookie consent exemption” , considers that cookies do not suppose a risk to you and exempts from the obligation to obtain prior consent to their use to all cookies that:

  • are necessary for communications to be transmitted over a network between the user and the servers that host the web, and to all those that
  • are necessary to provide a specific functionality explicitly requested by the user.

This exemption from the obligation to base the legality of its use on its consent, to not represent a risk for you, it is also reflected in the cookie guidelines published by most of the European countries Data Protection Agencies (for example, the Spanish one is set out in the section 4.1 of the use cookies guide, of July 2020).

The WG29 also defined the purposes that explicitly considers that present more benefits than risks for you.

Cookies purpose explicitly excluded from informed consent

Regarding its purpose, the WG29 explicitly excludes the following cookies from the obligation to obtain the user’s informed consent:

  • Cookies called “user input”, which are usually used to track user actions when filling in on-line forms of an http session, or to remember the shopping cart that the user has selected on an e-commerce,
  • Session cookies that are used for user’s authentication or identification, that store a kind of token (witness that the user is who says it is and that it has already been authenticated) to prevent this user from giving their username and password to each page that is requesting and has restricted control access,
  • User security cookies, introduced specifically to reinforce the security of the service explicitly requested by the user. For example, to detect erroneous and repeated attempts to connect to a website, or abuses,
  • Media player session cookies,
  • Session cookies to balance the burden of the information systems,
  • User’s interface customization cookies, for example, to remember the preferred language, and
  • Certain add-on cookies (plug-in) to exchange social content.

In general, in those cases where a website offers a service to their visitors, to use cookies exclusively for purposes for which it is not necessary to obtain consent, named above, whether they are own or from third-party, it will not be necessary for the website operator, we, to inform the visitor of its use neither to obtain its consent.

Statistic cookies do not suppose an appreciable risk either

Regarding the processing of data collected through analysis cookies, the above-mentioned opinion of the European Data Protection Committee stated that, although they are not exempt from duty to obtain consent for their use, they are unlikely to suppose a risk to the privacy of the users, provided that they are own cookies, that they process aggregated data for a strictly statistical purpose, that they provide information on their uses and that they include the possibility for users to express their refusal to use it.

Own cookies do not usually involve an appreciable risk either

Own cookies are generated by our website, while those of third-party are generated by independent services or providers, who define the purposes and treatment means that they perform.

Our only responsibility regarding third-party cookies is the necessary collaboration of our website in the placement of these cookies to your computer. This placement is necessary to be able to use the services provided by the aforementioned third-party, for example, to verify that you are not an abounded robot that you can find on the Internet, and thus to prevent that the requests or comments sent through the website forms from damaging the attention of genuine users.

3.  What technical cookies are used and what for?

Technical cookies are those that allow the user to navigate through a website, platform or application as well as the utilisation of the different options and services that exists, including the management and the operation of the website and enable their functions and services; for example, identifying the session, access to parts of the website with restricted access, remember the items of your order, carry out the purchasing order process, handle the payment, etc. The web or the app cannot run appropriately without these cookies, is for this reason that they are considered necessary.

We use:

Cookie Supplier Purpose Term
JSESSIONID To monitor the sessions counting session

1.  What preference cookies are used and what for?

Preference or personalization cookies allow our website to remember information that changes the way the pages behave or their appearance to differentiate your experience from other users. For example, the language you want to see in our website. If you have voluntarily chosen these characteristics, marking the flag or the letters that identify the language, it is considered an expressly requested service provided that the cookies exclusively obey with the purpose of personalization. On that case, it does not require an explicit authorization.

Our website uses the following preference cookies:

Cookie Supplier Purpose Term
m This cookie is used for Stripe to prevent fraud. 2 years

1.  What statistical cookies are used and what for?

Statistical or analysis cookies are those that allow to understand how visitors interact with the pages of our website and thus to carry out the statistical analysis of the services provided. The information collected is used to measure the activity in our website to introduce improvements in our products and services offered.

We will exclusively use analysis cookies if you authorize us by pressing the corresponding button on the cookie banner or by the configuration menu.

Specifically, our website uses the following analysis cookies:

Cookie Supplier Purpose Term
_ga Register a unique identity for the user. 2 years
_ga_ZFMQ28PT4D Used by Analytics 2 years

1.  What marketing cookies are used and what for?

Marketing cookies or behavioural advertising cookies store information on the behaviour of the users obtained through the continuous observation of your browsing habits, which allows to develop a specific profile to show relevant and attractive ads for the individual user, so, more valuable for third advertisers.

We will exclusively use analysis cookies if you authorize us by pressing the corresponding button on the cookie banner or by the configuration menu.

Specifically, our website uses the cookies showed in the table below:

Cookie Supplier Purpose Term

1.  What other items are stored in the browser and what for?

This website creates storage space on the user device’s browser using the LocalStorage object for the following domains:

  • domain 1, uses this space for ……………, specifically the following variables:
  • ………….
  • ………..,

2.  How to manage or disable cookies?

You can administrate, manage and disable at any time the cookies that our website uses from your browser. For example, to withdraw your consent, following the instructions provided by your browser manufacturer:

If the installation of cookies in the browser is disabled, the access to our website continues available, but navigation may not be optimal and some of the services may not work properly.

3.  Changes to this Cookies Policy

This Cookies Policy will be updated whenever necessary to reflect any changes in our products or services.

If there is any substantial change in this policy, we will notify you prior its entry into force by posting a prominent notice on the cookie banner. In any case, we recommend you to periodically review this Cookies Policy to know which we use and how we use them.


Last update: November 17th, 2022