Cookie policy

What is a cookie and what is it for?

You are informed that this website uses cookies. A cookie is a text file sent to the web browser on your computer, mobile or any other device, which serves to store and retrieve information when you browse our website. Cookies allow the website to recognise the user, so generally they are used to remember what browsing options the user has chosen (for example, remembering the language used, the user name and password, personalising the way content is displayed and so on). Below we inform you what specific cookies we use on this website and what they do.


Managing the cookies on this website

Using the drop-down menu that appears the first time you visit our website, or following the instructions in this policy, you can accept, reject and manage the cookies we use.


How can you modify the cookies?

Depending on who manages and uses them, they are differentiated as follows:

Own cookies: these are sent to your browser from our servers or web domains, and therefore we use them.
Third-party cookies: these are sent from a server or web domain not directly run by us, but by a third party (e.g. Google services) that also uses them.

Bear in mind that if third-party cookies are used, if the cookie setup on this website does not allow you to reject them, once accepted by the user, you will have to delete them using the options in your browser, or using systems put in place by the third party themselves.

You can find out about transfers to third countries that may be made by the third parties identified in this cookie policy in their respective policies (see the links provided in the section “Owner/Get to know the third party”).

Depending on how long they are active:

Session cookies: these allow the user to be identified live during the session, which means they are memorised and are only valid for the time an active session lasts, i.e. during your visit to the website, without leaving any on your device.

Persistent cookies: these remain on your device and our website reads them every time you come back to visit it. These cookies stop working after a given date.

Depending on their purpose:

Technical cookies: these enhance browsing and the operation of the website.

Personalisation cookies: these make it possible to access the service with features predefined according to a series of criteria.

Analytical cookies: these allow measurement and statistical analysis of the number of users and what use they make of the service provided in order to improve what we offer.

Advertising or behavioural cookies: these enable us to analyse your browsing habits on the Internet in order to display advertising related to your browsing profile.


How can you modify cookies?

The user can always personalise the use of cookies, as well as stopping these from being compiled by changing the browser settings. Depending on your browser, the cookie settings may be in different places. You can find it by using the Help function in your browser.

You can also configure your browser to accept or reject all cookies by default, or to give an on-screen alert when every cookie is received and decide then whether to save it to your hard disc or not.

Among the most common browsers:


Firefox: Options\Privacy\Tracking\Tell websites I do not want to be tracked

Chrome: Chrome menu\Settings\Show advanced settings\Privacy\Content settings\Cookies\block cookies by default

Safari: Preferences\ Privacy\Block Cookies

Edge: Settings\ Cookies and site permissions//settings/content/cookies.

If cookies are blocked completely, this may stop certain website displaying properly.


What kind of cookies do we use on this website?

Specifically, on our website we use the following types of cookie:








Third party (Google Analytics)


2 years


This is used to distinguish users and sessions.




Third party (Google Analytics)


30 minutes


This is used to determine new sessions or visits




Third party (Google Analytics)

At the end of the session


This is set up for use with Urchin




Third party (Google Analytics)


6 months

This stores the source or campaign that explains how the user has reached the website