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Cookies policy

  • At we know how important the confidentiality of the data and the privacy of the navigation of all our clients is. We would therefore like to provide you with clear information on what cookies are, what they are used for and how they affect your Internet browsing.

    What is a Cookie

    A Cookie is the information that a computer, tablet or mobile phone stores in its memory when a user browses the Internet, and which is used so that these devices can be recognised later.
    These are some important aspects about Cookies that you should know:

    •          They do not identify you as an individual; they only recognise your device.
    •          They do not damage your device in any way.
    •          They allow you to access important website functions such as bookings or searches you have previously made.
    •          They allow us to remember your preferences and personalise content for you.

    What kind of Cookies do we use in

    Many of our online features have been designed to work with Cookies, always thinking about the best navigation for users; so in order to navigate correctly and enjoy everything we offer, you must accept Cookies. If you do not allow the installation of these Cookies, your browsing on will be limited.

    Types of cookies that you will find in


    This type of cookie stores information anonymously and allows us to: know your preferences and improve our designs or your browsing on, avoid errors, obtain statistics, adapt the speed of video transmission according to the compatibility with your browser, etc. Always thinking of you and trying to make the time you spend visiting us as pleasant as possible.


    This type of Cookie is used to find out the country from which you are accessing the website and, in this way, to be able to display the content according to your location and in your language.


    This type of Cookie is generated when you register on the website or subsequently log in. These Cookies are used so that when you log out, leave the computer or switch it off, you are still identified as a user and the content is still the most appropriate for you.


    This type of Cookie collects information about your browsing experience on completely anonymously. In this way, we can access numerical data about the navigation of users on our site, and improve functions as we see needs. Therefore, these Cookies collaborate directly in the improvements that we add to the website, always thinking about the user's better browsing and being able to offer a better service.


    This type of Cookie allows you to expand and personalise the information of the advertisements shown to each user. Among other things, data based on the browsing patterns of each user is stored anonymously, so that we can subsequently provide you with advertising that is tailored to your interests.

    THIRD PARTY ADVERTISING COOKIES: uses third-party cookies to access, manage and improve a series of extra services that, at all times, will improve your browsing experience on





    Cookie name


    Expiry date


    Identifies the user (not as an individual, but the device)

    1000 days


    a/b tests

    1000 days


    Indicates the number of user sessions

    1000 days


    Temporary cookie that is generated when you visit a page and click on a recommendation



    Indicates to which recommendations the user was exposed to

    1000 days


    Temporary cookie to verify that cookies are supported.

    Duration of the current session


    Indicates when the user last visited the site

    1000 days


    Tracks how many pages have been viewed in this session

    Duration of the current session


    Indicates when a user was exposed to a recommendation.

    1000 days

    For more information, see:



    Cookie name


    Expiry date


    It is used to distinguish users and sessions. The cookie is created when the javascript library is executed and does not exist. The cookie is updated each time data is sent to Google Analytics.

    2 years


    It is used to determine new sessions/visits. The cookie is created when the javascript library is executed and does not exist. The cookie is updated each time data is sent to Google Analytics.

    30 minutes


    Stores the source of traffic or a campaign that explains how the user reached your site. The cookie is created when the javascript library is executed and does not exist. The cookie is updated each time data is sent to Google Analytics.

    6 months

    For more information, see:



    Cookie name


    Expiry date


    The cookie is used to display personalised advertising. Its content is a random number and is stored under the domain

    2 years

    For more information, see:



    Cookie name


    Expiry date


    Stores information on the pages visited, and in some cases, the products purchased

    13 months since the last update










    These data are anonymous and are used exclusively for statistical processing. There is absolutely no way for Criteo to personally identify the visitor. Criteo ads do not combine information from multiple sources. Criteo does not obtain any user information from a retailer who may have stored information about you (name, address, etc.). Criteo does not share data with any other site that displays our advertising. For more information, see:



    Cookie name


    Expiry date


    Created and read by AddThis in order to make sure you see the updated count if you share an item from the shop via Twitter, Facebook, etc. This cookie does not send any data to AddThis and disabling cookies may cause unexpected behaviour for users.



    Random letters and numbers. Stores an anonymous identifier to differentiate between visitors to the shop.

    Duration of the current session

    AddThis cookies allow users to share content through social networking websites and email. When we provide links to third party services, they may store a cookie on your device to make their service easier to use. For more information, see:



    Cookie name


    Expiry date


    This cookie is essential to help ensure that the website loads efficiently by distributing visits across multiple web servers. The cookie does not contain any personal information, and is deleted as soon as the web browser is closed. Created and used by Amazon to balance server load. Not a tracking cookie

    1 minute



    Cookie name


    Expiry date


    This cookie is essential for our payment service provider to track payments made through our site such as Paypal.

    15 days

    How can you disable/enable Cookies?

    The activation/deactivation of Cookies must be done through the Internet browser. Here we explain, step by step, how to do it depending on your browser: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer o Safari Browser.

    Google Chrome

    1.      Access the "Settings" menu.
    2.      Select "Show advanced options" at the bottom of the page
    3.      Under "Privacy", click on "content settings".
    4.      In the new window, you will have the option to:

    o    Allow local data to be stored (recommended).

    o    Save local data until you close the browser.

    o    Do not allow data from sites to be saved.

    o    Blocking site data and third party cookies

    Mozilla Firefox

    1.      Go to the "Tools" menu and select "Options".
    2.      In the pop-up window select the tab "Privacy".
    3.      In the drop-down box choose the option "use custom settings for history". By ticking the corresponding box, they can be activated or deactivated.

    Internet Explorer

    1.      Go to the "Tools" menu and select "Internet Options".
    2.      In the pop-up window select the tab "Privacy".
    3.      Move the cursor to configure the control of Cookies: Block all Cookies, High, Medium High, Medium (default level), Low and Accept all Cookies.

    Safari Browser

    1.      Go to the "Settings" menu and select "Preferences".
    2.      Open the "Privacy" tab.
    3.      Select the desired option in the "Block Cookies" section.

    If you use any other browser, consult its corresponding Online Guide to guide you through the process of activating, deactivating or configuring Cookies.