If you use our website without first proceeding to disable the cookies, you thereby express your consent to these cookies being set.What is a cookie?
A cookie is a file that websites download onto the devices that visit them. Although it is true that often the purposes of cookies are purely technical, among other things they may also enable information to be stored and retrieved about the browsing behaviour of users or their devices, and depending on the information they contain and the way the device is used, they can be utilized to identify the user.
There are cookies that are controlled and managed by the owner of the website (these are known as “First Party Cookies”) and others by third parties (known as “Third Party Cookies”), for example, because these provide a tool or function integrated into the site.
Certain cookies are erased at the end of your visit to a website (session cookies) while others may continue to be stored on the user’s device and be accessed for a longer period of time. (Persistent cookies).
What kinds of cookies do we use? And why?
In this website we use the following kinds of cookies:
- **Strictly Necessary Cookies: **
We use Strictly Necessary Cookies, which are required for technical reasons to facilitate the services requested by our users. These cookies are necessary for navigation and use of the different options and services of the website, such as controlling traffic and the communication of data, identifying the session, recording the information that the user makes available at each stage of the booking procedure, using security features during the visit, or storing content to enable the delivery of videos and sound or content to be shared on the social networks.
- **Performance, or Analysis, Cookies **
Performance Cookies enable the activity of websites to be measured and analysed, and profiles of how users browse to be drawn up. These cookies are used to compile anonymous, aggregated statistics, which enable us to understand the way in which the website is used, so that we can improve the site and make adjustments to suit the preferences of visitors to it.
By way of illustration, the data obtained from the browsing of our website that might be analysed is as follows:
The provider’s domain name (PSI) and/or IP address that gives them access to the internet. For example, any of provider xxx’s users will only be identified by the domain xxx.es and/or the IP address. In this way, we can compile statistics of the countries and servers that visit our website most frequently.
The date and time of the visit to our website. This enables us to establish the times of greatest traffic and make the necessary adjustments to prevent saturation in these rush hours.
The internet address from which a link made the connection to our website. Thanks to this information we can establish how effective the various banners and links that are directed towards our website are, and so develop them to give better results.
The number of visitors each day to each section. This enables us to find out which areas are most successful and then increase and improve their content so that users achieve even more satisfactory results.
How can I manage cookies?
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