Cookie Policy

We use cookies to facilitate the use of our website. Cookies are small data files that allow us to compare and understand how our users navigate through our website, so that we can improve the navigation process accordingly.

The cookies we use do not store any personal data or any information that can identify you. If you do not wish to receive cookies, please configure your Internet browser to erase them from your computer's hard drive, block them or warn you if they are installed. 

To continue without changing your cookie settings, simply continue on the website.

You can find out more about cookies and their use at

The types of cookies we use

Strictly necessary cookies:

These cookies are necessary for the correct use of the website, allowing access to sections that have security filters. Without these cookies, many of the services available would not be operational.

Navigation Cookies:

These cookies collect information about the use that visitors make of the website, for example pages viewed, loading errors.... It is generic and anonymous information, which does not include personal data, nor does it collect information that identifies visitors; the ultimate goal being to improve the functioning of the website.

By visiting our website, you accept the installation of these cookies on your device.

Functional Cookies:

These cookies allow us to remember information (such as your user name, language or the region you are in) and more personal characteristics. For example, the possibility of offering personalised content based on the information and criteria you have voluntarily provided. These cookies can also be used to remember changes made to text size, fonts and other customisable parts of the website. They are also used to provide some requested services, such as watching a video or commenting on a blog. The information these cookies collect may be anonymised and your activity cannot be tracked on other websites.

By visiting our website, you agree to the installation of these cookies on your device.

Google Analytics only uses first-party cookies, which are associated with the domain that generates them. 

From Google Analytics we can distinguish different types of cookies in Google Analytics:

- utma: this cookie generates a unique user ID, which is used to count how many times a user visits the site. It also records the first and last time the user visited the website. It is a persistent cookie that can take more than two years to expire.

- utmb and utmc: these cookies are used to calculate when a session has ended. The utmb records the time of arrival on the page while the utmc checks whether to keep the session open or to create a new session.

- utmz: this cookie is responsible for recording the origin of the user, as well as the keywords. It has an expiry date of six months, although it is renewed every time the website is visited, as long as it is not a direct visit.

- Utmv: the fifth cookie, which is optional, is only used when personalised variables are used, for example to segment demographic data such as the visitor's sex or age obtained from the registration data. It is a persistent cookie, just like the utma cookie.

How to manage cookies on computers

If you want to allow the use of cookies from our site, please follow the instructions below.

Google Chrome

1. When you open the browser, click on tools at the top of the browser and select the options tab.

2. Under options, click on privacy.

3. Tick allow cookie management.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0

1. When you open the browser, click on tools at the top and select the options tab.

2. Check the Privacy tab to make sure it is set to a security level of medium or lower.

3. If your Internet settings are not set to medium, cookies will be blocked.

Mozilla Firefox

1. When you open the browser, click on tools at the top and select the options tab.

2. Select the Privacy icon

3. Click on cookies, and tick: allow the installation of cookies.


1. When you open the browser, click on tools at the top and select the options tab.

2. Click on the Security tab and check whether or not the option Block access to third-party cookies is ticked.

3. Click Save.

Setting cookies on Mac

If you have a Mac and would like to allow our cookies on your computer, please follow the instructions below:

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 on OSX

1. Go into Explorer and select Preferences from the navigation bar.

2. Scroll down until you see Cookies just under Received Files.

3. Check Don't ask again.

Safari on OSX

1. Go to Safari and select Preferences from the navigation bar.

2. Click on the Security tab and check the option to accept cookies.

3. Select the option: Only from the current site I am currently browsing.

Mozilla and Netscape on OSX

1. Go to Mozilla or Netscape and at the top of your browser, select the Preferences option.

2. Scroll down until you see Cookies just below Privacy and Security.

3. Check the option Allow access to cookies only from the current site.


1. Log in to Opera and select Menu and Settings in the navigation bar.

2. Select Preferences and click on the Advanced tab.

3. Check the Accept cookies option 

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Este website utiliza cookies propias y de terceros. Alguna de estas cookies sirven para realizar analíticas de visitas, otras para gestionar la publicidad y otras son necesarias para el correcto funcionamiento del sitio. Si continúa navegando o pulsa en cerrar, consideramos que acepta su uso. Puede obtener más información, o bien conocer cómo cambiar la configuración, en nuestra política de cookies.