WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies are small files that normally contain letters and numbers and these are downloaded to a device each time users access a website. They are used extensively in order to make websites work more effectively. Cookies are created each time a user's browser loads a specific website. The website sends the information to the browser, which creates a text file. Each time the user goes back to the same website, the browser retrieves the file and sends it to the website server. Cookies have different functions, including collecting and storing information on the user's preferences, using the shopping basket and, in general, making it easier for the user to use the website.
The types of cookies are explained below:
TYPE 1: STRICTLY NECESSARY COOKIES
These cookies are necessary for users to explore the website and use functions such as access to a secure area without having to log in repeatedly and remember the actions performed on each page during the session.
IMPORTANT: Without these cookies, we cannot guarantee the website's performance or the online safety during these sessions.
TYPE 2: PERFORMANCE COOKIES
We use performance cookies, specifically those of Google Analytics, with the aim of collecting information on the use of our website by users. The data collected includes website clicks, the number of web pages visited, the duration of each session and any error messages, data that serves to improve the website and offer users a better experience. For more information on Google Analytics, click here.
We are also likely to regularly collect information on how users use the website through other performance cookies that are similar to Google Analytics cookies. Although the information collected through these cookies may include the user's IP address and the browser and domain information, this data is collected and analysed anonymously and collectively.
These websites provide information on how to configure most browsers.
How to deactivate anonymous Google Analytics cookies: you can install the Google Analytics plug-in in your browser to prevent the website from sending information about your visits to Google Analytics. For more information, go to:
IMPORTANT: Cookies are used with the aim of improving or enabling the usability and the processes of our website. Disabling or eliminating cookies may prevent users from being able to use the website's functions or may cause it to function in the browser in a different way to how it was originally designed.