Cookies Policy


Cookies are files installed in the user’s web browser that record his or her activity on a website in order to enable a smoother and more personalized browsing experience. The Cookie Law applies to all professionals and companies with websites and to other information service providers who meet at least one of the following requirements:

  1. They are established in Spain (with registration in the Spanish Trade Registry, residence or registered office/tax address in Spain, for example).
  2. They are established outside of Spain, but their business is conducted primarily within Spanish territory.

Obligations of the Cookie Law:

The Cookie Law permits the use and installation of cookies only in the following cases:

i) Cookies that do not require prior authorization by the user, but about which full disclosure must be made in the website’s legal notice:

  • Technical cookies: cookies that are absolutely necessary, installed solely to enable the user to browse the website.
  • Cookies that are absolutely necessary for the provision of a service specifically requested by the user, such as, for example, ones that must be installed in order to execute a transaction or to enable access to a private area of the website.

ii) Cookies that do require prior authorization by the user and about which, in addition, full disclosure must be made in the website’s legal notice:

  • Cookies that are unable to identify the user: before installing these cookies on the user’s computer, the user must be fully and clearly notified of their purpose.
  • Cookies that are able to identify the user: before installing these cookies on the user’s computer, the user must be fully and clearly notified of their purpose and of the processing that will be performed on the user’s personal data.
  • Cookies accepted as per the user’s browser settings: should the user have specifically configured his or her browser to accept the installation of certain cookies, webpages may install these cookies automatically. The website is obliged to recognize the browser and to verify that the version used by the user is one that does not accept cookies by default, or one that has forced the user to decide whether to accept them during its installation or updating.

In all other cases, the installation of cookies on users’ computers is prohibited.


  1. Text to include in the website’s legal notice 

Designed for those websites that do not require prior authorization by users. 

A “cookie” is a small file that is stored on the user’s computer to enable us to recognize it. The combination of cookies helps us to improve the quality of our website by allowing us to monitor which webpages our users find useful and which others they do not.

Cookies are essential to the functioning of the Internet, offering countless advantages in the provision of interactive services, facilitating the usability of our website, and, ultimately, improving the user experience. Keep in mind that cookies cannot damage your equipment; rather, when activated, they help us to identify and resolve possible errors that may arise.

The information we provide you with below will help you to understand the different types of cookies:

“Session cookies” are temporary cookies that remain in your browser’s cookies archive until you leave the website, meaning that none are saved on the user’s hard drive. The information obtained using these cookies serves to analyze trends and behaviors in the website’s traffic. In the long run, this allows us to provide a better user experience, improve the website’s content, and facilitate its use.

“Persistent cookies” are stored on the user’s hard drive, enabling our website to access them whenever you return to it. A persistent cookie has a set expiration date. The cookie will cease to function once that date is reached. These are generally used to facilitate online transactions and registrations.

Below we provide a list of the main types of cookies used by our website, differentiating among:

  • Cookies that are absolutely necessary, such as, for example, those that facilitate error-free browsing or enable the purchase of goods and/or services requested by the user, or others used to ensure that the website’s content is loaded as efficiently as possible.


  • Cookies from third parties, such as, for example, those used by social media networks or external content providers like Google Maps.


  • Analytics cookies, which are those used to gather statistical data on web activity in order to generate information that can then be used to improve the services offered to the user.




List and description of cookies: 

The following table provides a general outline of the types of cookies described above and used by the website ________________1




Additional information



































  1. Include the URL of the website to which the cookie policy applies. The table should include all cookies used by the website along with their names, their purposes, and any additonal information that may be of interest to the user.


  1. Disclaimer to be included on websites that use cookies that require prior authorization by the user. This disclaimer as well as the text in i) in this document should be included in the website’s legal notice.



____________3 requests your permission to obtain anonymous statistical data on your activity on this website, in accordance with Royal Decree-Law 13/2012. Read the privacy policy of _________4



  1. Include a checkbox beside each of the two options (“Yes”/”No”) so that the user may select the appropriate one.
  2. Name of the website.
  3. Name of the website and link to the website’s privacy policy.
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