A cookie is a file created by a website that contains small amounts of data that are sent between a sender and a receiver. In the case of the Internet, the sender would be the server where the web page is hosted and the receiver is the browser you use to visit any web page. These cookies can have basic purposes, such as knowing when was the last time the user entered the website for the last time; or more complex issues such as saving the items in the shopping cart.



Technical cookiesare those that allow the user to navigate through a web page, platform or application and the use of the different options or services that exist in it.

Analytical cookies:they are those that allow monitoring and analysis of the behavior of the users of the websites to which they are linked. The information collected by these types of cookies is used to measure website activity.

Advertising cookies: are those that allow the management, in the most efficient way possible, of the advertising spaces that, where appropriate, the editor has included in a web page, application or platform from which the requested service is provided based on criteria such as content edited or how often the ads are shown.

Social cookies: they are established by the different social media platforms to allow you to share content within them. Thanks to the use of these cookies, social platforms are able to track their activity outside of their own Services.


Own cookiesare those that are sent to the visitor’s computer from a computer or domain managed by the person responsible for providing the service requested by the user.

Third-party cookiesare those that cookies are sent to the user’s computer from a computer or domain that is not managed by the person in charge that provides the service requested by the user but by another external entity.


Session cookies are those cookies designed to collect and store data while the user accesses a web page that expire when said user exits the browser.

Persistent cookies are those cookies in which the data is still stored in the terminal and can be accessed and processed during a period defined by the person responsible for the cookie, which can range from a few minutes to several years.




PHPSESSIDCookie of a technical type, strictly necessary that contains the identifier of the session. It is removed when the browser is closed. Session cookie. The browser.

wp-settings-[ID] Technical cookie, strictly necessary that is used to maintain the user’s configuration in wp-admin. The final number of said cookie is your individual ID within the database. Duration of 1 year.

wp-settings-time-[ID] Technical type cookie that establishes the time when the wp-settings-cookie was set. The final number of said cookie is your individual ID within the database. Duration of 1 year.

wordpress_test_cookie Technical cookie, strictly necessary, that is used for the WordPress content manager to check if the browser has cookies activated. Session cookie. The browser.

wordpress_sec_[ID] Technical cookie, strictly necessary that is used as a key to control a user’s access to the WordPress service. Session cookie. The browser.

wordpress_logged_in_[ID]Technical type cookie, strictly necessary that is used by wordpress whose function is both to indicate when a user has connected as well as to identify him. Session cookie. The browser.

wp-wpml_current_language Technical cookie, strictly necessary, that stores the current language. By default, this cookie is set only for users who are logged in, but if the language cookie is enabled to support AJAX filtering, this cookie will also be set for users who are not logged in. Duration 1 day.

wp-wpml_current_admin_language_[hash] Technical cookie, strictly necessary, that stores the current language of the WordPress administration area.



The user can configure his browser to accept, or not, the cookies he receives or for the browser to notify him when a server wants to save a cookie or delete them from his computer.

You can find the instructions in the security settings in your web browser.


  • If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, in the Tools menu option > Internet Options > Privacy > Configuration. • If you use Firefox, in the Tools menu option > Choices > Privacy > Cookies.
  • If you use Google Chrome, in the Settings menu option > Privacy
  • If you use Safari, in the Preferences menu option > Security


You can use the “Help” section that you will find in the toolbar of most browsers to change the settings of your computer, however, some of the features of our online services may not work or may be more difficult to access. if you reject all cookies.

Many browsers allow you to activate a private mode whereby cookies are always deleted after your visit. Depending on each browser, this private mode can have different names, below you can find a list of the most common browsers and the different names of this “private mode”:

– Internet Explorer 8 and higher: InPrivate
– FireFox 3.5 and higher: Private Browsing
– Google Chrome 10 and higher: Incognito
– Safari 2 and higher: Private Browsing
– Opera 10.5 and higher: Private Browsing

Please read the help section of your browser carefully to learn more about how to activate “private mode”. You can continue visiting our website even if your browser is in “private mode”, however, the user experience may not be optimal and some utilities may not work.