Updated 22/12/2023

Our website installs its own- and third-party cookies. We have drafted this policy to inform you what a cookie is, which cookies we use on this website, and how you can manage them.

Our policy will be available to you at all times on the "Cookies Policy" link, which is at the bottom of our web pages.

1. What is a cookie?

A cookie is a text file that includes small amounts of data that is downloaded and installed on your device/terminal when you visit our website. Cookies are then returned to the webpage that originated them on subsequent visits, or to another webpage that recognizes that cookie. They are useful because they allow us to store and retrieve information about number of user visits, users’ browsing habits or their computer and, depending on the information they contain and the way they use their device, they can be used to recognize users, and improve their experience of the website.
You can find more information about cookies at
Not all cookies process personal data. If we do process your data, we will adhere to our Privacy Policy.

2. What kind of cookies does the website install?

See our cookie settings to find out what kind of cookies we use on our website. In any case, they can be one of the following types:

Essential cookies (technical).

This website uses essential cookies so that users can navigate the website and use its options or services; for example, identify the session, remember a placed order, make a request to register for or take part in an event, use security mechanisms while browsing, store content for publishing videos or sound, configure the language, among others.

Preference cookies.

This website may use preference cookies that allow users to remember information from previous browsing sessions, change the appearance or behaviour of the website and improve their experience of the website. Among other things, these cookies can remember the region from which a user accesses the website, the language they selected, and other parameters.
Personalisation cookies based on user decisions or preferences (for example, if a user selects the language, font size, etc.) do not require consent.
Disabling these cookies may mean that the user enjoys fewer functionalities during their browsing experience.

Statistical (analytical) cookies

This website uses analytical cookies to collect statistics on user activity and general activity. The information collected enables us to optimise browsing on our website and ensure our users receive the best service. For example, we can see the number of pages visited, the languages used, the frequency length and recurrence of visits, the time of visits or the browsers used, among others. Users can exclude their activity using the cookie configurator, the exclusion systems provided by the analytical tools, or by their own browser settings.

Marketing (advertising) cookies

This website uses analytical cookies to collect information about the user's activity on the website and also general website activity. The information collected enables us to optimise the browsing experience for our website and ensure users receive the best service by knowing, for example, the number of pages visited, the language used, the frequency and repetition of visits, their duration and the browser used, among other variables. Users can exclude the actions of such cookies via our cookie settings, via the exclusion systems provided by analytical tools or their own browser settings.

Marketing (advertising) cookies

This website uses advertising cookies that enable the effective management of the website's advertising spaces, normally by third parties that manage advertising spaces, and also enable us to adapt advertising content to ensure it's relevant to the user and to avoid showing ads the user has already seen, as well as to limit the amount of advertising shown to each user.

In accordance with their own policies, some advertising managers may use anonymous cookies to display ads of interest to you when you visit other websites. Users can exclude the actions of such cookies via our cookie settings or their own browser settings.

3. How to disable or delete cookies.

Users can accept or reject the installation of cookies at any time, or reject the installation of a certain type of cookies, such as statistical or marketing cookies.

If you wish to change your preferences, click on this link.

Additionally, if you wish to prevent cookies being installed, activate:
−    private browsing; this will prevent your browser from saving your browsing history, website passwords, cookies and other information about the pages you visit, or
−    the do-not-track function, which will prevent the websites you visit from tracking your browsing habits and, for example, displaying on the sites you visit advertising that may suit your interests.
We recommend that you consult your browser's help section to find out about the options on managing cookies. Bear in mind that blocking cookies may affect all or some of the features of our website.
Below is information on how to manage or disable cookies in the main browsers:



Microsoft Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer cookie settings

Apple Safari

Safari cookie settings

Google Chrome

Google Chrome cookie settings

Mozilla Firefox

Firefox cookie settings

Windows Phone

Windows Phone cookie settings

The above links may be updated by the companies that develop these browsers. We will make all reasonable efforts to keep the above list duly updated. However, if any link does not work or is not up-to-date, use your browser’s "Help" menu.

If you want greater control over the installation of Cookies, you can install programs or add-ons to your browser, known as "Do-Not-Track" tools, which will enable you to select the Cookies you wish to allow.

4. Other information we may collect from you

Besides information collected through Cookies, we may use other similar technologies such as tracking pixels or web beacons. These pixels are small graphic files that contain a code managed through a third-party URL for using the web-use information collected for analytical and advertising purposes.

Pixels can: collect information such as the browser used, the IP address, the frequency and times of visits, and to track users’ actions on the website (purchases added to the cart, products purchased, or redirects to other web pages, opening newsletters, actions that generate most visits and purchases, type of interested audience, etc.).

Besides tracking pixels or web beacons, we may use other user-identification and tracking techniques known as fingerprinting to verify certain technical parameters of users’ equipment (such as the browser used, operating system, screen resolution, plugins and extensions installed, font, IP address, language, time zone, etc.) and that once combined allow them to be singled out. This information will be used to monitor the activity carried out and the user's browsing and to profile them.

5. International data transfers.

Remember that the use of Cookies may involve a transfer of data outside the European Economic Area, to the United States, pursuant to Article 45 of the European Data Protection Regulation. This third country has an adequacy decision and the related third parties are certified by the new privacy framework. For more information, consult this link:

6. Personal data processing.

For more information about how we process your data and to exercise your rights, please access our Privacy Policy.

7. Updates and changes to the cookie policy.

We reserve the right to modify this Cookies Policy at any time and without prior notice, in response to regulatory requirements or to improve the website.

Although we may make efforts to notify you of any significant changes, we recommend that you review the Cookies Policy when visiting the website.