A cookie is a small string of code that is sent by a website to the browser of an online computer or mobile device. The cookie is then remembered and stored in a file and sent back to the browser when the same user visits the site again, as a sort of reminder.

Cookies are very important because as well as making navigation easier by storing data and preferences, these small files can track users' browsing behaviour and adapt to their requirements, so for example they can avoid displaying advertising or notifications that the customer does not like or has earlier closed.

Cookies are divided into four main categories:

- technical cookies (navigation or session cookies)
These are mainly for improving site functionality, helping with some operations such as authentication in a protected area, making it possible to maintain the identification of a user during an open session. These cookies store information on user activities and searches and personalise navigation avoiding the repetition or access and search data.

- profiling cookies
Used to define user profiles by sites other than the one you are visiting and used in order to send targeted advertising, depending on the preferences expressed while browsing.
For this reason, the consent of the user is required for the use of cookies.

- functionality cookies
These enable the user to navigate using preset criteria (e.g. language, country of origin) or settings (e.g. text format, colour etc.) in order to improve the service provided. They allow the website to “remember" user choices and improved content by personalising the site.

- third-party cookies
While browsing a website the user may receive cookies sent by sites or servers other than the one they are visiting (the “third parties"), on which some advertising or statistical elements may be stored.
The cookie analytics used to collect statistics may be considered third-party cookies since they indirectly collect information about the number and type of users.


If you wish to refuse some or all cookies, you can select the relevant function depending on your internet browser. Most browsers are preset to automatically accept cookies, but users can set their own browser preferences and be alerted each time a cookie is stored on their computer.

Lastly, at the end of each browsing session, users can delete all the cookies collected or delete those stored in a particular folder.
Each browser has different setting procedures for blocking the installation of new cookies or removing existing ones.



Google Analytics
This website uses third-party cookies from Google Analytics. This type of cookie analyses and collects information about how the website is used for statistical purposes. They allow the user’s various interactions to be observed in order to improve the site and general functionality. This report is sent to Google, which stores the information. Google is also permitted to transfer this information to third parties where this is provided for. Google’s privacy policy is available at:

In order to increase the popularity of our site, it uses plugins from various social networks. Using these plugins allows us to share content, recommend products and build a direct relationship with users and much more. Including the plugin means that the social network receives the information that the user has opened the relevant page on our website.

When a user logs into this social network, the visit can be matched to the same person that visited the website. If the user interacts with the plugin and does anything, such as liking something on Facebook or leaving a comment, their browser will send the information directly to the social network which will save it.
Further information about the collection and processing of data, rights and privacy settings can be found be clicking on the links shown by the social networks.

Our site uses plugins from the social network operated by Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304 USA. Facebook’s data policy is at:

Google and YouTube
We use plugins from the Google and YouTube social networks operated by Google. Google’s data policy is at:

Our site uses plugins from the Twitter social network operated by Twitter Inc., 795 Folsom St., Suite 600, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA. Twitter’s data policy is at:

Our site may contain links to other sites that may be of interest. Once the user has used these links to leave our website, it is their responsibility to be aware, since we cannot guarantee control over a third-party site.

We are not responsible for the protection and privacy of information during visits to these websites if they do not contain the same privacy statements. We therefore advise viewing the privacy statements applicable to the websites in question beforehand.