Cookies Policy

Accessing the website may involve the use of cookies, which are small amounts of information that are stored on the browser used by each user so that the server can remember certain information, which it can then use later. This information makes it possible to identify each specific user and save their personal preferences and technical information, such as the specific pages they visit.

Two types of cookies may be used

•Session cookies, which are not stored on the user’s hardware but which are needed during each session in each web service, as they are necessary for the service to function properly.

•Cookies stored temporarily on the user’s hardware, which are used to carry out anonymous and aggregated statistical studies of the use made of the service by users, in order to make future improvements and optimisations.

This website in particular uses analysis cookies

Analysis cookies do not collect information that entails any identification of the user; any information collected is anonymous and has purely statistical purposes to determine the number of visits that the website receives.

Google Analytics: Gathers anonymous information on users’ browsing of the website in order to collect statistical data on the number of visits that the website receives.

Any users who do not wish to receive cookies can configure their browser with this option. You are reminded that not accepting a cookie can sometimes mean that it is not possible to access all or part of the service available. Users should consult their browser’s instructions and manuals for more information on this matter.

Users should take into account that the internet is not a completely safe place and that consequently they should take the necessary steps to prevent their personal data being obtained or known by unauthorised third parties, who could use said data in unsuitable ways.

Users should know that filling in the contact form and sending the data requested implies that the information set out in this Legal Notice has been read and explicitly accepted, and that, as a consequence, users give their unequivocal and explicit consent for their personal data to be processed for said purpose.