Cookies are small files that normally contain letters and numbers and are downloaded to a device every time users access a website. They are used extensively in order to ensure that websites operate more efficiently. Cookies are created every time the user's Internet explorer loads a specific website. The website sends information to the explorer, which creates a text file. Every time the user returns to the same website, the explorer recovers the file and sends it to the website server. Cookies have several functions, including, among others, gathering information about the preferences of users and remembering these, using the shopping cart and, in general, making it easier for the user to surf the website.
The different kinds of cookies are explained below:
These cookies are necessary so that users can explore the website and use functions such as access to a safe area without the need to restart the session several times and to remember the actions taken during the session.
IMPORTANT: Without these cookies we cannot guarantee the performance of the website or online security during sessions.
We use performance cookies, specifically those of Google Analytics, in order to collect information about the use of our website by users. The details collected include the number of mouse clicks used on the website, the number of pages visited, the duration of each session and any error messages. These details are utilised in order to improve the website and offer users a better experience. In order to get more information about Google Analytics, click here.
These websites offer information on how to set up most explorers.
How to deactivate the anonymous cookies of Google Analytics: you can install the Google Analytics "plug-in" in the explorer in order to prevent the website from sending information on your visits to Google Analytics. In order to obtain more information, please visit:
IMPORTANT: Cookies are used in order to improve the usability of our website or allow the use of the processes available on it. Should cookies be disabled or eliminated, this may prevent users from using the functions of the website or may make these operate in the explorer in a way other than the one for which it was designed.