Cookies Policy

Cookies are tiny files that some websites install on your computer. Cookies improve the experience of using and browsing a website and are essential to the functioning of Internet, with countless benefits in providing interactive services.

Cookies are used, for example, to manage a user’s session (so they don’t have to keep entering their password) and to fit the contents of a website to the user’s preferences. There are different types of cookies: ‘session’ cookies, which are deleted once the user leaves the website that generated them; and ‘persistent’ cookies, which remain on the computer until a specified date.

“Use of Cookies on” has been created from an external technical audit and, therefore, may be subject to periodic changes. Its purpose is to help you understand how the website uses cookies, the purpose of the cookies used and the options users have for managing them.

Browsing this website with the cookies settings activated on your browser is considered consent to the cookies technology used by

1. Internal cookies uses internal cookies that are essential to the workings of the website. These include, for example, those that authenticate or keep open the session of a registered user while browsing the site. Blocking cookies may affect the proper functioning of some or all of the functions of this website.

2. Analytical cookies uses analytical cookies to compile statistics on the user’s activity on the website and in general. The information collected is anonymous and helps us optimise the browsing experience on our site and ensure users get the best service possible. Users may exclude their activity using the exclusion systems provided by the analytical tools.

3. Third-party cookies to manage ad space
These are cookies used by the third parties that manage the advertising spaces users see on These cookies measure the effectiveness of our online campaigns, provide users with information of interest to them and offer advertising content based on their preferences. As per their own policies, some advertising managers may use anonymous cookies to show ads of your interest when you visit other websites. Nevertheless, users may choose to accept or block these cookies by changing their browser settings.

4. Guarantees and options regarding cookies
When installing or updating their browser, users can accept or block cookies, or block certain types of cookies, including third-party and advertising cookies. Plus, after each session, users may remove all or some of the cookies stored.

Likewise, users may enable:

private browsing, so the browser doesn’t save the browsing history, website passwords, cookies or other information from the pages you visit, or
the do not track function, which has the browser tell websites visited not to track the user’s browsing habits to, for example, show advertising of interest to them on the sites visited.
We recommend you read the browser help section for more information on the various options for managing cookies. Remember, blocking cookies may affect some or all of the functions of this website.