Cookie policy

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a segment of data downloaded to your computer from a Website when you access certain Websites. Amongst other things, cookies allow Websites to retrieve, gather and collect information about a User’s browsing habits and the configuration and way he uses his computer. Depending on the information gathered, this information may be used to identify the User. A User’s Browser normally stores cookies on its hard disk only during the current session. Each cookie occupies only a very small part of the computer’s memory. Cookies do not contain any specific personal information about the User.

Most Browsers accept cookies as standard procedure. Quite independently, however, the security settings of a Browser may allow or deny temporary cookies and those stored in the computer’s memory.

The use of this Website together with the User having given permission to the Browser to accept cookies implies that the User implicitly accepts the cookie technology used by the Website.


What kind of cookies does the Website use?

Cookies for internal use

This Website uses cookies for its own internal use that are necessary for the correct functioning of the Website, such as those cookies, for example, that are used to authenticate Users and maintain the connection of a registered User when he, or she, visits the Website and browses. De-activating the use of cookies will prevent the Website from functioning correctly and Users may therefore have problems with some of the Website functions.

Cookies for analysis

This Website uses cookies to gather and analyse statistics regarding the activity of a User on the Website and his, or her, general behaviour. All information gathered is completely anonymous and allows maximum ease of navigation on our Website, thereby guaranteeing the smoothest possible browsing experience to all Users. However, Users can choose to not provide any information about themselves by simply blocking the use of cookies on their Browser.

This Website particularly uses Google Analytics, an analysis Service provided by Google, Inc. whose Head office is in the USA and whose address is 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, California 94043. In order to provide this service, this programme uses cookies that collect information about end-Users, such as the User’s IP address that is transmitted to, treated and stored by Google under those Terms that figure on’s Website. These include the possible transmission of said data to Third-Parties by virtue of statutory requirements, or when the afore-mentioned Third-Parties process the information on Google’s behalf.

The characteristics of Google Analytic’s cookies are described by Google on the following link:

Google Analytics refers to this link to explain how to de-activate their cookies:

By using this Site, the User expressly accepts the treatment of information gathered for the afore-mentioned purposes. Likewise, Users hereby declare that they are familiar with the possibility of their being able to not give their permission to process the data thus collected by selecting the appropriate configuration of their Web Browser regarding the use of cookies. However, they also tacitly acknowledge that, by blocking the installation of and data gathering by cookies, this Website may not function 100% correctly.

You may allow, block or eliminate the cookies installed on your computer by using the options menu of the Web browser installed on your computer, tablet or smartphone:

  • Chrome
  • Explorer
  • Firefox
  • Safari

Should you have any doubts whatsoever regarding our Cookie Policy, then please send us an e-mail to: