Cookies Policy

Cookies are files that are installed in the browser from which you access our website for the purposes described in this page. On the internet cookies are used for many purposes; In general, a cookie identifies an access point so that the website you are visiting knows what actions you do on it (sign up or know if you are logged in, for example). This is why the internet law (according to section 2 of article 22 of the LSSI) obliges us to inform you of the cookies that could endanger your privacy before installing them, being exempt from this law the cookies destined purely to the normal navigation

We can distinguish two types of cookies: our own and those of third parties.

  1. Our own cookies are generated by us and therefore we can guarantee that they are cookies intended for pure browsing of our website and that, therefore, they are exempt from the application of the law (for more information see pages 4 and 5 of the “Guide to the use of cookies” of the Spanish Agency for Data Protection: …)
  2. Third-party cookies, however, are not installed by us, but by the various standard plugins we use (for example, video insertion plugins, maps, flickr, issuu and google analytics). We are not aware that there are fraudulent practices by these companies when managing your privacy, but by not depending on us, we cannot guarantee which cookies are installed or for what purpose. Therefore, the number and name of third-party cookies that we mention on this cookie policy page, refer exclusively to the cookies that we have detected on the last revision date of this page, since these could change with the weather.

For all this, by visiting our website our own cookies for navigation will be installed by default and only third-party cookies will be installed if you accept our privacy policy, according to the notice that appears in the header, if necessary.

Applying the law in this case involves controlling all the contents, one by one, that contain some third-party plugin, so we are constantly reviewing, especially the old content. If you detect any case, please let us know from our Contact section, indicating the URL of the page so that we can update it as described.

Third-party cookies are usually installed under the domain name of this third party (youtube, flickr, google analytics google, etc.), so it is possible that you have these cookies installed thanks to the fact that you have visited other websites and accepted their own cookie policy . To know which cookies each website installs for you, you will need to have a single website (tab) open in your browser, clear all cookies, browse through that website and check the installed cookies again. This process will imply that the browser forgets all the preferences of the websites that you have been visiting, so if you had a “Remember connection” or “Remember me logged in” in web mails or social networks, you will simply have to login again, therefore it may be advisable not to use your usual browser.

Own cookies

PHP Session (PHPSESSID): Session variable that controls access to user zones on the web.

Third Party Cookies

Youtube cookies

Flickr cookies: BX and xb. These cookies are installed by displaying any flickr photo or photo gallery. They appear under the domain “”.

Cookies from Google, Google Maps: NID, PREF and similar In our case, these cookies are installed when displaying the Google Maps map. They appear under the domain of “”, “”, etc.

Google Analytics Cookies: _ga, _gat, __utma, __utmb, __utmc, __ utmz and similar Although they are from third parties, these cookies appear under our domain, since Google tries to demonstrate that it cannot access those cookies through other websites. That is, they are supposedly less invasive. We use Google Analytics to obtain and analyze the navigation information of our users: y

Issuu cookies: iutk. These cookies are installed to remember your device and your visit history of Issuu documents. They appear under the domain “”.

Instagram cookies

Quantserve cookies: mc. These cookies help us to offer targeted advertising to our website visitors when they visit third-party websites. They appear under the domain “”.

How to change my settings to rest all or some cookies To allow, know, block or delete cookies installed on your computer you can do so by configuring the browser options installed on your computer. Browsers usually have a configuration that always asks you if you want to accept the cookies of each website you visit, or directly disable the full use of cookies. For example, you can find information on how to do it if you use it as a browser:

Firefox from here:

Chrome from here:

Explorer from here:

Safari from here:

Opera from here:

Page updated on 5/12/2014