Cookies are files sent to the browser from a web server in order to record user activities on the website. The cookies we use do not collect personal data from the user (names, surnames, address, banking details or any other). They allow us to recognize the device you use and whether you have permission to access important sections, such as the private areas of our website, remember your preferences, and personalize the content. They also allow us to count the number of visits we receive on each page and make anonymous statistical analyses to improve our service. Session cookies are temporary, however, most cookies have a defined duration that you can check in your browser or operating system.


Session Control: They allow us to recognize you when you access your personal area, establish measures to protect yourself against unauthorized access attempts, and remember your selections in forms. Without these cookies, when you click on any link (for example, “next”), the new page would not recognize your previous activity on the previous pages, and some processes will not be completed. They are temporary files that are deleted when you close the browser, so when you return, you will have to log in again if you want to access your personal area.

Preferences: They allow the site to remember your appearance or behavior preferences on the web. If you decide to delete these cookies, the functionality of the site will not be affected, although your user experience may be worse, as you will have to select your preferences every time you visit the site.

Advertising: They are used to efficiently manage advertising spaces, either on our website or on third-party sites. They allow us to know how many people have clicked on the ads. Although they are not necessary for browsing the website, they do help to show relevant commercial information and more tailored to your interests. We do not manage third-party advertising.

Analysis: They allow us to know how each user interacts with our website. We use Google Analytics from Google, Inc., and this means that all information about how the website is used will be directly transmitted and stored by Google, Inc. This information is used to provide us with reports on website activity and Internet usage. In no case will your IP be used by Google to relate it to any of the other services that Google may provide you with. The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website (including your IP address) will be directly transmitted and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google will use this information on our behalf for the purpose of tracking website usage, compiling reports on website activity, and providing other services related to website activity and internet usage. Google may also transfer this information to third parties where required to do so by law, or where such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google. You can also reject the use of cookies and the use of data related to the site (including your IP address) by Google, as well as prevent the processing of this data by Google by downloading and installing a plug-in from the following link: By using this website, you consent to the processing of information about you by Google in the manner and for the purposes set out above. Google Analytics is a web service provided by Google, Inc., a Delaware company whose main office is at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View (California), CA 94043, United States (“Google”).

Check and configure our cookies in the Cookie Preferences

You will need to do this through your internet browser.

Google Chrome

In the settings menu, at the top right of the browser.
Select ‘Options’ (Settings on Mac) and click ‘Show advanced options’.
Select ‘Content settings’.
In the cookies section, select ‘Allow local data storage (recommended)’.

Mozilla Firefox (for desktop)

In the tools menu, select ‘Options’.
Select the privacy label at the top of the window.
From the drop-down menu choose ‘use custom settings for history’. This will show the cookie options and you can choose to activate or deactivate them by checking the corresponding box.

Mozilla Firefox (for Mac)

In the top tools menu, click Firefox and select ‘Preferences’.
Click on Privacy.
In the History section, select ‘Use custom settings for history’ from the drop-down tab.
Check ‘Accept cookies’ and ‘Accept third-party cookies’.

Internet Explorer

In the tools menu, select ‘Internet Options’.
Click on the privacy tab.
You will see a scroll cursor to configure the privacy that has six positions that allow you to control the amount of cookies that will be installed: Block all cookies, High, Medium High, Medium (default level), Low, and Accept all cookies.


In the top tools menu, click Safari and select ‘Preferences’.
Open the privacy tab.
Select the option you want from the ‘block cookies’ section.
**Browser cookie settings options may not be available from your mobile, tablet or equivalent device.