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- What are cookies?
- What are cookies used for?
- What do we mean by cookie-like technologies?
- What are third-party cookies? Who are the recipients of the information?
- How long do cookies and similar technologies remain active?
- Use of browsers with private browsing mode
- Detailed information on the cookies used by this website
What are cookies?
Cookies are small temporary files created in the user’s device (computer, telephone, tablet, etc.) when a website is visited. They allow the website to store or recover information when browsing in order, for instance, to save your usage preferences or to identify you on subsequent visits, as well as to obtain information about your browsing habits.
What are cookies used for?
The most common uses or purposes are:
- Essential technical cookies. These are used to manage the navigation flow within the website or to keep the user connected to the website. If disabled, some sections of the
website may not function properly.
- Customisation cookies. These are necessary to remember certain user preferences.
- Analytical cookies. These help us and third parties collect information on where the users come from and on their browsing within the website, for the purpose of statistical analysis to improve the website’s structure and contents.
- Advertising cookies. These are used to manage the ads that pop up on the website, as well as to decide upon their content or frequency.
- Behavioural advertising cookies. These help us collect the user’s browsing habits in order to create a profile of their interests and show them customised advertisements.
- Social media cookies. These are necessary in order to identify the user in their social media platforms and thus allow them to share content.
What do we mean by cookie-like technologies?
By cookie-like technologies we mean any kind of storage and data recovery mechanism that is used in the user’s device in order to obtain information. Those which are most common include:
- The browser’s local storage. Some websites use local storage mechanisms called “sessionStorage” and “localStorage”, as well as the indexed browser database, in order to store information.
- The local storage of the browser’s plug-ins, including, for example, Flash local storage (“Flash Local Shared Objects“) or Silverlight local storage (“Isolated Objects”).
- Web beacon is a tracking technique that consists of inserting an image on a web page (or in an e-mail) hosted on an Internet server so that the connection is logged when the browser or e-mail program connects to the server to download and view the image. This allows us to know that the user has seen the website or the e-mail.
Sometimes this image is very small or transparent, so the user is not aware of its existence.
- Fingerprinting techniques combine information obtained from the browser or the browsing equipment to differentiate a user in their subsequent visits from different
What are third-party cookies? Who are the recipients of the information?
Depending on who creates them, the cookies on this website can be classified into two categories:
- First-party cookies: these are created and managed from our websites and domains. The information obtained is managed directly or indirectly by us for our own purposes.
- Third-party cookies: these are created and managed from other websites which, although not entirely under our control, provide functions and features that we have decided to include in our website, such as interactive maps, videos and multimedia elements, buttons to share on social media, advertisements, etc. These cookies are under the control of the third party that provides the relevant function.
How long do cookies and similar technologies remain active?
Depending on their permanence or time of activity, we can differentiate between:
- Temporary session cookies: these remain stored in the browsing equipment until the user leaves the website; the browser deletes them at the end of the browsing session.
- Persistent cookies: these remain in the browsing equipment and the website reads them every time the user makes a new visit. These cookies are deleted automatically after a certain time, which can be short or very long.
Use of browsers with private browsing mode
If you wish to use this website with a higher degree of privacy and limiting cookies to be stored for long periods of time, we recommend that you use a web browser with a “private” browsing option. Information on this possibility can be found on the help pages of the most common browsers:
|Browser||Private browsing function name||Further information|
|Internet Explorer 8 y superior Microsoft Edge||Private browsing||https://support.microsoft.com/es-es/products/internet-explorer (Explorer)
https://support.microsoft.com/es-es/instantanswers/34b9a3a6-68bc-510b-2a9e-833107495ee5/browse-inprivate-in-microsoft-edge (Microsoft Edge)
|Safari 2 y superior||Private browsing||https://support.apple.com/es-es/HT203036|
|Opera 10.5 y superior||Private browsing||http://help.opera.com/Windows/12.00/es-ES/private.html|
|FireFox 3.5 y superior||Private browsing||https://support.mozilla.org/es/kb/navegacion-privada-Firefox-no-guardar-historial-navegacion|
|Google Chrome 10 y superior||Incognito mode||https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/7005900?rd=1|
You can access the configuration system via the link at the bottom of the home page or by clicking here.
Most browsers allow you to disable cookies globally. Many browsers also allow you to delete cookies associated with specific websites/domains. To this end, the user should consult their
browser’s help function. Below are links to the help pages of the most common browsers to find out how to set up cookies in each one:
Microsoft Edge: https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/windows/microsoft-edge-
Safari for iOS: https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT201265
To clear the data stored in the browser's local storage, the user can clear the browsing history.
If you wish to learn how to clear Flash local storage or limit the amount of space allowed, please consult Adobe’s help pages:
For other browsers, as well as for any clarification or question about cookies on this website, you can contact us through the contact details on the website.
Important notice: certain services or functionalities of the website may not work correctly if cookies are blocked.
Detailed information on the cookies used by this website
Information on first-party cookies:
- Functional/technical cookies: These are necessary to correctly display the web page and ensure the correct functioning of the site. They allow you to browse our website and use the different options or services offered. They allow us, for example, to control traffic and data communication, identify you during the session, give you access to restricted areas, and use security elements during your browsing.
- Analytical cookies: These are used to analyse user behaviour in an aggregated and anonymous form including the number of visitors to the website and to different internal pages, where the user comes from, the day and time, platform, and search terms a user uses to find their desired content.
Information on third-party cookies:
These cookies are managed and controlled by third parties, in order to perform/provide functionalities, carry out browsing analysis, customised browsing and searches and compartmental advertising.
- Functional/technical cookies: These allow you to browse through our website, using the different options or services offered, such as, for example, viewing videos or sharing content through social networks.
|Third-party owner||Duration||Information on use and purpose|
- Analytical cookies: These third-party cookies provide us with statistical information about the behaviour of individual users on our website in order to make improvements based on the analysis of data about the use of products and/or services on the website.
|Tercero Propietario||Duración||Información sobre el uso y finalidad|
|Google Analytics||From 30 minutes to 2 years||http://www.google.com/analytics/tos.html|
|YouTube||From 30 minutes to 2 years||https://www.google.es/intl/es/policies/privacy/|
|From 30 minutes to 2 years||https://es-es.facebook.com/policies/cookies/|
|Hotjar||From 30 minutes to 2 years||https://www.hotjar.com/legal/policies/cookie-information|
|Adobe Analytics||From 30 minutes to 2 years||https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/es-ES/core-services/interface/ec-cookies/cookies-privacy.html|
|From 30 minutes to 2 years||https://www.google.es/intl/es/policies/privacy/|
|TripAdvisor||From 30 minutes to 2 years||https://tripadvisor.mediaroom.com/ES-privacy-policy|
|Yahoo||From 30 minutes to 2 years||https://consent.yahoo.com/v2/collectConsent?sessionId=3_cc-session_73a8316b-ba20-49ca-8542-3cc976f99c51|
|Adobe Audience Manager||From 30 minutes to 2 years||https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/es-ES/core-services/interface/ec-cookies/cookies-privacy.html|
|Adara Analytics||From 30 minutes to 2 years||http://adara.com/privacy-promise|
- Advertising cookies: These allow us to manage the advertising spaces included on our website, based on criteria such as the content shown or the frequency at which the advertisements are shown.
|Third-party owner||Information on use and purpose|