What are cookies?

A cookie is any type of file or device that is downloaded on the user’s device in order to store data that can be updated and recovered by the entity responsible for installing it.

What types of cookies are installed when accessing our website? 

We use own and third-party cookies in order to improve your user experience, to facilitate use of our website and to show you content related to your preferences. Cookies are small information files that are downloaded to our users’ devices and allow us to better understand how they browse our website and, thus, to help them during the browsing process by showing them information of interest to them.

Type of cookies

There are two types of cookies, depending on the entity that manages them: own cookies and third-party cookies. When we mention own cookies, we refer to those installed by our domain and that are not managed by third party companies. On the contrary, third-party cookies are not directly managed by us (although in some cases, they are downloaded from our domain).

Our website uses own and third-party cookies with the following purposes:

  1. To permit browsing on our website or access to areas of restricted access on the same. Without these cookies, our website cannot work properly.
  2. To store the necessary information during the session and the changes related to the same, and to determine whether you are registered with our website or not.
  3. To permit monitoring and analysis of the user’s behaviour on the websites that are linked.

Below, we provide a more detailed description of the cookies that we use, indicating their purpose and whether they are our own or third-party.

Name of the cookie Description Type of cookie (own or third-party)
___utmvbMRumavB This cookie is created by Google Analytics and is used to determine new sessions/visits, generating statistics on the website’s traffic. Third party
____utmvc This cookie is created by Google Analytics, it is configured to interact with urchin.js. Previously, this cookie worked with the __utmb cookie to determine whether the user was on a new session or visit. Third party
___utmvmMRumavB This cookie by Google Analytics is used to store the level of the user’s variable data and to generate statistics on the website’s traffic. Third party
cookiespopup: Stores a variable that indicates whether the user has accepted the cookies or not.


These cookies from the domain itself are configured by a third-party service in order to automatically filter malicious requests. Third party

How to avoid the installation of cookies?

You can delete cookies that are already stored on your device at any time, and configure your browser so that it rejects them. For further information,  consult these links:

  • Google Chrome: click here
  • Mozilla Firefox: click here
  • Internet Explorer: click here
  • Safari: click here

Not accepting cookies will limit the operability of the website.