Cookies Policy

  1. What is a Cookie?

Cookies or data storage and retrieval devices are files sent by a website to users’ browsers that are automatically stored on their devices so that the website is able to check users’ previous browsing habits and “recognize them”.

Cookies are able to remember other kinds of personal information, such as a user’s password so that it does not have to be entered each time a website is visited, or user preferences as regards the configuration of a website (language, screen resolution, amongst others).

Cookies are essential for the Internet to work properly, as well as having many advantages in the provision of interactive services as they make browsing and using the Website easier. Cookies cannot harm your devices, and while they are enabled they help identify and solve errors.

In short, a cookie is simply a set of data about browsing habits that is stored on a user’s device and that websites detect and recognize so that they are able to “remember” that user’s browsing habits.

Please note that not all cookies imply a processing of personal data and, in the event of processing of such data, we will carry the processing according to our General Privacy Policy.

More information about the cookies used on the website is provided below.

This website uses own and third party cookies, with the aim of improving the browsing experience of its users.

The following applications are used to obtain this information.


  1. Strictly necessary cookies

These are technical cookies which are necessary for the website to run properly and cannot be disabled on our systems. Generally, these are only set in response to actions taken by you that amount to a request for services, such as setting your privacy preferences, logging in or completing forms.

Name of cookie Cookie Purpose of Cookie Duration
.texto Session Cookie It checks whether the Cookie Policy has been read and accepted. This information will not appear on subsequent visits to the website It expires 365 days after the user has accepted the cookie policy.


  1. Analytical cookies

These cookies allow us to count visits and sources of traffic, so we can measure and improve the performance of our site. They help us to know which pages are the most and least popular and how visitors move through the site, thus ensuring better user service. If you do not allow these cookies, we will not know when you have visited our site.

Name of cookie Cookie Purpose of Cookie Duration
_utma Google Analytics The cookie generates a unique user ID that records the date the user visits the website for the first time. It is used to count the number of visits the user makes to the website. It lasts for 2 years.




Google Analytics The cookie is used to find out the amount of time the user spends on the website. It expires 30 minutes from the last update.

It is deleted if the user goes to another website or ends the browser session.



Google Analytics The cookie is used to find out how long the user’s visit to the website lasts, on which the urchin.js tracking code has been installed. It expires at the end of the browser session.


_utmz Google Analytics The cookie stores the visitor’s location and traffic source, whether using links or AdWords It expires after 6 months. The cookie is updated every time the website is accessed.


  1. Cookies settings

You can set up cookies through on this Policy, through your browser and also through the websites of those third parties that install cookies on your device.

4.1. Disabling Cookies through this Policy

In Customize settings you may give or revoke your consent regarding the type of cookies used.

4.2. Disabling Cookies through your web browser

All Internet browsers allow users to restrict the behavior of a cookie or even disable cookies by modifying the browser settings or options. The steps to do this are different for each browser. Specific instructions can be found in the help menu of your browser.

Depending on the browser used, the user can enable any of the following options to limit the scope of the cookies installed or the way they are executed:

  • The private browsing option so that browser history, website passwords, cookies and other information about the websites visited are not stored.
  • The “do not track” feature, whereby the browser requests that websites visited do not track your browsing habits, for example to display advertising that may be of interest to you on the websites you visit.
Browser Link
Microsoft Internet Explorer
Apple Safari
Google Chrome
Mozilla Firefox cookies

Please note that if you disable these aforementioned cookies we cannot know what you like or dislike about our pages and it will be difficult for us to improve your user experience on this Website.

  1. Further information and exercising your rights

Without prejudice to the offered possibilities of setting up cookies, as well as the different mechanisms for managing said cookies available in this Policy, if you have any questions regarding the processing of your personal data or you wish to exercise your rights, please check our General Privacy Policy for further information.