Cookies policy

Cookies are word files which download in the users terminal on accessing specific web pages with the purpose of storing data which can be used and recovered by the company responsible for its installation to provide information relative to the navigation behaviour of the user and includes the possibility of identifying the user. These archives allow storage in the user’s terminal quantities of data which maybe from a small number of kilobytes to several megabytes.
The application we use to obtain and analyse the information about navigation is: Google Analytics:
These applications provide the analytical service of the audience of our page. These businesses can use the data to improve their services. This tool does not collect the names and surnames of the users nor the postal address to which they are connected. The information that is obtained is related for example to the number of pages visited, language, the city to which the IP address from which our users access, the social network in which our notices are published, the number of users who visit us, the frequency and repetition of visits, length of visits, the navigator they use, the operator or type of terminal used to make the visit.

For Google Analytics we use these types of Cookies:
Utma: Used to count the number of times a user visits. Expires after 2 years.
Utmb: Used to calculate the time spent by a user on the web for statistical purposes. Expires 30 minutes after the last registered visit.
Utmc: Used to calculate the time the user has been on the internet for statistical purposes. Expires at the end of the session.
Utmz: Used to understand how the user has reached the web. Expires after 6 months. PHPSESSID and sequences of numbers and letters. These are used by our management to store the log-on identifier once they have identified and given permission to continue to be identified throughout the visit. The duration depends on your choice on identification of the “Remember me” option. If you push the “Disconnect” button the cookie is eliminated . If you have chosen not to remember your identity , the cookie is eliminated when you close the navigator. Ga: Google Analytics User Identifyer. gat: Variable de Google Analytics. CookieAcceptanceCookie: Stores the various ways a user accepts cookies. We use this information to improve our page, detect new requirements and evaluate the improvements made with the aim of providing a better service to the users who visit us.
Through the configuring browser options installed in your computer you can know, block or eliminate the cookies installed in your computer.

To change the configuration for accepting cookies you can prevent the navigation and subtract the usability of our web. Even so, if you require more information about configuration you can consult the web page of the different navigators:

Google Chrome:
Internet Explorer: