Cookies and local storage policy

This website uses cookies and similar technologies to provide the service, as well as to allow us to improve it through obtaining usage statistics, and other purposes.

Browsing this website necessarily implies the use of cookies and similar technologies as long as it is necessary for its operation. Likewise, for certain purposes, cookies and local storage will be subject to your prior consent. You can accept or reject cookies through the established configuration system and it is also possible to configure the browser to prevent their use.

This policy is part of our privacy policy and includes the following:

  • What are cookies?
  • What are cookies used for?
  • What do we understand by technologies similar to cookies?
  • What are third party cookies? Who are the recipients of the information?
  • What third-party functions and features do we use on our website?
  • How long are cookies or similar technologies active?
  • Use of browsers with private browsing mode
  • How to prevent the use of cookies and how to delete cookies?
  • Detailed information about the cookies used by this website


Cookies are small temporary files that are created on the user’s device (computer, phone, tablet, etc.) when visiting a website, and that allow it to store or retrieve information when browsing, for example, to save your usage preferences or to recognize you on subsequent visits, as well as obtain information about your browsing habits.

When a website creates a cookie on the user’s device, the address / domain of the website that created the cookie is stored, the duration of the cookie, which can range from a few minutes to several years, as well as the content of the cookie. The user can disable cookies at any time through the configuration system of this website, as well as configure their navigation program to prevent (block) the use of cookies by certain websites, as well as delete previously stored cookies.


Technologies similar to cookies are any type of data storage and retrieval mechanism used on the user’s device to obtain information. The most common are:

  • tThe local storage of the browser. Some websites use local storages called “sessionStorage” and “localStorage” as well as the database indexed in the browser, to store information;
  • Local storage of browser add-ons, such as Local Flash storage (“Flash Local Shared Objects”) or the Silverlight local storage (“Isolated Objects”).
  • The “web beacon” is a tracking technique that consists of inserting into a web page (or in an email) an image hosted on an Internet server so that, when the browser or email program connects to said server to download and view the image, the connection is registered. This allows knowing that the user has viewed the web page or the email. Sometimes this image is very small or transparent so that the user is not aware of its existence.
  • Fingerprinting techniques that combine series of information retrieved from the browser or the device in order to distinguish a particular user during the successive visits to the websites.


In relation to the type of cookies that we use in our services, we can differentiate depending on who manages them:

First-party cookies: they are created and managed by our own websites or web domains, the information obtained being managed directly or indirectly by us based on our own purposes.
Third party cookies: cookies that are created and managed from other websites that, although not completely under our control, provide functions and features that we have decided to include on our website, such as: interactive maps, videos and multimedia elements, buttons to share on social media, ads, etc. These cookies are under the control of the third party that provides the corresponding function.

The vast majority of third-party functions involve the access or collection of information (and the use of cookies) by the third party that provides the function, based on their own criteria and purposes, including the collection of browsing habits to show customized ads. The next section explains the third-party functions and features used on this website.


Below is a summary table of the functions and features provided by third parties on our website that involve the use of cookies.

Website function or feature Third party providing the function or feature Involves international data transfer Involves international data transfer
Google Analytics Google, Inc Yes
Google Analytics Google, Inc Yes


How long are cookies or similar technologies active?

  • Temporary session cookies; they remain stored in the navigation equipment until the user leaves the web page; the browser deletes them at the end of the browsing session.
  • Persistent cookies; they remain on the navigation device and the website reads them every time the user makes a new visit. These cookies are automatically deleted after a certain period of time, which can be short or very long.

This policy includes information on the duration of first-party cookies; For more information, see our privacy policy, as well as the information provided in the privacy policies of third-party web function providers.


If you wish to use this website with a greater degree of privacy and by limiting cookies being stored for long periods of time, we recommend that you use a web browser that includes a “private” browsing mode. You can obtain information about this possibility in the help pages of the most common browsers:

Web browser Name of “private browsing” option Name of “private browsing” option
Internet Explorer 8 y superior Microsoft Edge InPrivate (Explorer) (Microsoft Edge)
Safari 2 y superiorv Navegación privada
FireFox 3.5 y superior Navegación privada
FireFox 3.5 y superior Navegación privada
Google Chrome 10 y superior Modo incógnito

To delete the data saved in the local storage of the browser the user can delete the browsing history.

For other browsers as well as for any clarification or question about the cookies on this website, you can contact us by email, writing to
Important notice: in case of blocking cookies it is possible that certain services or features of the web will not work correctly.



Cookies technology Feature Website domain How long information is stored Purpose types
Temporary cookies Maintain user session and browsing flow During the browsing session Essential technical cookies
Persistent cookies and/or local storage Cookies necessary to remember certain user preferences Months Essential technical cookies Customization cookies /td>
Persistent cookies and/or local storage Cookies to keep the user logged in Months Essential technical cookies Customization cookies
Persistent cookies Remember user data when leaving a comment Months Customization cookies
wordpress_logged_in_c94514ec8adc7cda663a8229b5f0abfb After logging in, WordPress activates the wordpress_logged_in_ cookie, whose function is to indicate when it has been connected and who it is, being used by the WordPress interface. During the browsing session Essential technical cookies
wordpress_test_cookie This cookie is used for the WordPress content manager to check if the browser has cookies enabled. During the browsing session Essential technical cookies
wp-settings-{time}-[UID] Save your settings from the administration area and even from the frontend. UID is your WordPress user ID 1 year Essential technical cookies
wordpress_sec_[hash] Cookie restricted to the administration area (wp-admin). It is not seen on the frontend even when logged in. Save your access data. Sesion Essential technical cookies
Google Fonts API Ask for the user's IP address Google Fonts Marketing and tracking
wp-wpml_current_language Save language settings WPML 1 day Funtional
wfwaf-authcookie-* Determines if user is logged in Wordfence 12 hours Funtional
Et-Editor-Available-Post-* Cookie necessary for the operation of the Web ET editor Sesion Funtional


Cookies technology Feature Service Duration Purpose types
_ga It is used to distinguish users. Google Analytics 2 Years Analytics
_gid It is used to distinguish users. Google Analytics 24 hours. Analytics
_gat_gtag_UA_* Used to limit the percentage of requests. If Google Analytics has been implemented using Google Tag Manager, this cookie will be called _dc_gtm_ . Google Tag Manager 1 minute Analytics

NOTE: the information provided is as of 22-09-2020 and we inform you that over time it may not be exhaustive, although this cookie policy is periodically revised.