Cookie Policy

A cookie is a file that will be downloaded to your computer when you access certain web pages. Cookies allow a website, among other things, to store and retrieve information about a user’s or computer’s browsing habits and, depending on the information they contain and the way your computer is used, may serve to recognize you.

However, these media only obtain information related to the number of pages visited, the city to which the IP address is assigned from which it is accessed, the number of new users, the frequency and repetition of visits, the time of visit, in the browser or the operator or type of termination from which the website is accessed.

These cookies are only associated with an anonymous user and their computer and do not provide references that allow the user’s name and surname to be deduced or access any other type of data stored on the device. cookies cannot read data from your hard drive or read cookie files created by other service providers. uses:

Own cookies:


This cookie saves the choice of whether or not to save cookies in the user’s browser.


Cookie itself, is a persistent cookie (6 hours in duration) and customization. It belongs to the WordPress Polylang plugin and allows you to save the language in which the site will be shown to the user.

Third party cookies:

This is an analytic cookie, related to Google Analytics. It stores a unique client identifier and is used to control unique visits, user data, campaigns… It has a 2-year expiration date.


This is an analytical cookie, linked to Google Analytics. It is used to differentiate between the different tracking objects created in the session. It has an expiration date of 10 minutes which is updated each time data is sent to Google Analytics.


This is an analytic cookie, related to Google Analytics that is used to distinguish users. It has a duration of 24 hours.


Third-party and advertising cookies. DoubleClick For Publishers (DFP) is a Google platform for managing the insertion of ads on websites, games and mobile apps. It allows the insertion of advertisements on the Web.


These cookies allow Google Web sites to remember information that changes the appearance or behavior of the site, such as your preferred language or the region in which you are located. For example, by remembering your region, a Web site may provide you with traffic news or local weather bulletins. These cookies also allow you to change the size of text, font, and other parts of web pages that you can customize. The stored data is executed through several unique identifiers, except for PREF which saves its options, such as the preferred zoom level. While we have no control over Google’s cookies, a mix of pieces of information is included to measure the number and behavior of users.


Google’s Cookie which they use to personalize ads displayed on Google services such as Google Search, especially when you have not signed in to a Google account. Google may transfer such 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 using this website you consent to the processing of information about you by Google in the manner and for the purposes set out above.


Transfers data to Google. It has a permanence of 1 week.


Save information and preferences to customize Google services such as Google Maps.


Stores information, identifiers, and preferences related to Google.

If you don’t want to accept cookies from third parties, you can set your browser, but you should be aware that disabling cookies may disable features offered by these third parties.

Disable third-party cookies

Internet Explorer: How to manage cookies in Internet Explorer

Mozilla Firefox: Enable and disable cookies

Google Chrome: Managing cookies and site data

Safari: Manage cookies

Frequently Asked Questions for: Cookies

Why are so many warnings about the use of cookies jumping now?      

In 2012 a modification was introduced in article 22.2 of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce Services Act (LSSICE) of 2002. Until then, it was taken for granted that web pages warned of the use of cookies in texts that included under headings such as “Legal notice”, “Conditions of use”, “Terms of use”, “Data protection policy”… But it was considered insufficient.

After the 2012 amendment, it established that the user must consent to the use of cookies, after being duly informed of the purposes for which they are used.

What are the fines for failing to comply with cookie regulations?          

Mild infringements carry fines of up to 30,000 euros and serious ones can reach 150,000 euros, although case law has never gone to such extremes, usually establishing amounts of between 500 and 25,000 euros.

Can I delete cookies from my computer?     

Yes, you can control or delete cookies whenever you want, although this can experience a different behavior on the web, you can also configure most browsers to stop accepting them. In case you reject or delete them, some features of the website may not work properly.

Are cookies a danger to my computer?      

No, a cookie is a text file, not a program or plug-in. It cannot be used as a virus and cannot access your hard drive. It is the browser itself and not a person who saves the cookie of a web page when necessary.

Can cookies fill my hard drive?       

Although cookies take up very little space (a few kilobytes), as you browse the Internet the accumulation of these can occupy a relatively large space on your hard drive. That is why both browsers and operating systems have their own automatic systems so that this does not happen, usually with a maximum number of cookies that can be stored. When that number is exceeded, the browser will automatically delete those that have been used less.

 Who must comply with this regulation?    

  • Companies’ corporate pages.
  • The corporate pages of self-employed professionals, regardless of whether they are used to inform about their business or as online stores.
  • Online shops and other e-commerce platforms.
  • The media or blogs of individuals that include some type of advertising.

This applies both to companies and professionals established in Spain and to foreign websites aimed at the Spanish public.