Cookies Policy

What are cookies?

A “cookie” is a small file that is stored on the user’s computer and allows us to recognize you. The set of “cookies” to help us improve the quality of our website by enabling us to monitor which pages you find useful our users and which are not.

Cookies are essential for the operation of the Internet, providing many advantages in providing interactive services, facilitating navigation and usability of our website. Please note that cookies can not harm your computer and, in return, which are active help us identify and resolve errors.

Types of cookies

Depending on their nature, cookies can be classified into:

  • “Session Cookies” or “Persistent Cookies”: the first are deleted when you close your browser, while the latter remain in the computer
  • “own Cookies” or “third party cookies”. Depending on whether they belong to the owner of the website itself or a third party

How do we use cookies?

Google Analytics cookies

These cookies are persistent and “third party”.

Cookie Purpose of the cookie Duration
This cookie is usually stored in the browser on the first visit to our website.
If the cookie has been deleted through the browser and then revisits Our website, a new cookie _utma type is written with a different unique ID.
This cookie is used to determine unique visitors to our website and is updated with each page view.
Additionally, this cookie provides a unique ID that Google Analytics uses to ensure the validity and accessibility of the cookie as well as an extra security measure.
Two years from installation or upgrade
_ utmb
These cookies work together to store information about the activity of the visit to our website and particularly the length of it. 30 minutes
_ utmz This cookie is usually stored in the browser on the first visit to our website.
This cookie stores how the visitor has come to our website, either directly entering the domain address, a link, a web search or advertisement. The cookie is updated each time you visit our website.
Six months from installation or upgrade

Cookies Social Networks

These cookies are persistent and “third party”.

Used for visitors to interact with content from different social platforms (Facebook, Google, Twitter, Google+, etc.) and are generated for users of these social networks only. The terms of use of these cookies and the information gathered is governed by the privacy policy of the relevant social platform. The maturity of these cookies vary between sessions 10 years.

My Cookies

Cookie Purpose of the cookie Duration
PHPSESSID php Cookie standard for verifying the maintenance of the session and confirm, if that user has logged in successfully Expires: End of session
wordpress_test_cookie This cookie is used for the CMS WordPress check if the browser has cookies enabled Expires: End of session
wp-settings- {time} – [UID] The UID at the end of the name of the cookie contains the user ID stored in the database of WordPress. It is used to store the aspect of the administration interface and can be used to store the look of the main site. 1 year
wordpress_logged_in_ [hash] After login, WordPress activates the cookie wordpress_logged_in_ [hash], which indicates when you have connected and who you are, being used to the interface WordPress Expires: End of session
wordpress_ [hash] This cookie is activated during the login and save the authentication details. Its use is limited to the Administrator, / wp-config / Expires: End of session

Our cookies do not identify you personally, we only provide anonymous statistical information about navigation on our website; however you can disable directly by configuring your web browser.

Also, Google has developed a complement to disable cookies from Google Analytics for the most common browsers: Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Opera, which facilitates the exclusion of the installation of these cookies. You can obtain more information by visiting this external link:

How decline cookies?

You can set your browser to accept or reject the installation of all, or some kind of cookie, or to request to be notified when a cookie is placed.

Each browser has specific configuration instructions. Below we provide links to information regarding common browsers: