What are cookies
Cookies are small files that normally contain letters and numbers and are downloaded in a device every time the users access a website. They are used extensively with the aim of getting the website to work with greater efficiency. Cookies are created each time a user's browser uploads a determined website. The website sends information to the browser, which creates a text file. Each time the user returns to the same website the browser recovers the file and sends it to the server of the website. Cookies have various functions among which are, gathering information about the preferences of the user and remembering them, using the shopping basket and in general facilitating the use of the website to the user.
- facilitate surfing the website and the use of its functions to offer a perfect experience.
- improve the website.
- offer personalised browsing functions in the website.
- provide personalised adverts.
- Gather information about the use of the website so that we can offer a better experience through assessing the fields of greater interest for the user or to remember their details each time they visit us.
Outlined below are the types of cookies:
Type 1: Strictly necessary cookies
These cookies are necessary so that the users can surf the website and use functions such as access to a safe zone without the need to start the session repeatedly and remember the actions that have been carried out in each page during the session.
IMPORTANT: Without these cookies we cannot guarantee the performance of the website or online safety during the sessions.
Type 2: Performance cookies
We use performance cookies, specifically those of Google Analytics, with the aim of gathering information about the use of our website by the users. Among the details gathered are the clicks in the website, the number of web pages visited, the duration of each session and the error messages, details that serve to improve the website and offer the users a better experience. To obtain more information about Google Analytics, click here.
It is also likely that we gather information periodically about how users make use of the website via other performance cookies similar to those of Google Analytics. Although the information gathered by the use of these cookies may include the user's IP address and, browser and domain information, these details are gathers and analysed anonymously and jointly.
Type 3: Functionality cookies
Functionality cookies allow us to remember the choices made by users in the website, such as the name of the user, the language and preferences. This information enables us to provide more personalised functions to our users when they browse the website.
Type 4: Personalised ad cookies
We use these cookies in our website to offer adverts that are of interest. They gather and store information about the activities of a user in the website such as the pages browsed, links and articles that users select, browsing habits, etc. and they track the movements of the users around the different websites so that we can limit the number or avoid the repetition of website adverts and assess the effectiveness of publicity campaigns and, in this way, improve their experience.
In addition, some of these cookies can be lodged in the computer and can be used by third parties for publicity purposes having been given previous consent. It happens when you visit a website that shows content of a third party's website or you clink on the "share" button of the website and the computer receives the cookies of third parties. Included among third parties could be social network providers such as Facebook and You Tube, and the customer ratings and reviews website Reevoo. these provide services to the users and to us. These cookies allow third parties to be able to gather and store information such as users' preferences and the pages visited for publicity purposes or to improve services. Remember that we cannot control the cookies of third parties and that, consequently, we cannot be held responsible in this sense. Visit the following third party websites to consult their respective policies on cookies:
These web pages offer information to configure the majority of browsers.
How to disable the anonymous cookies of Google Analytics: you can install the plug-in of Google Analytics in the browser to prevent the website from sending information about your visit to Google Analytics. To obtain more information, visit:
IMPORTANT: Cookies are used with the aim of improving or enabling the usability and processes of our website. The fact of disabling or eliminating cookies may prevent users from being able to use the functions in the website or may make the website work in the browser in a way that is different from how it was designed initially.
Use policy: changes in the policy about cookies