The recent amendment of regulations regarding advertising and the management of consent for the use of cookies, pixels or other information storage elements includes the obligation of websites to adapt to the new regulations on cookies of Law 34/2002, on information society services and electronic commerce.

Downloading these types of items makes it possible to collect information on user activity and has implications for your privacy. Therefore, the new regulations impose the obligation to obtain the informed consent of users to accept the use of cookies on websites.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small files that are downloaded onto your computer when you browse websites.

Cookies allow a website to recognize a user’s browser and do not contain or collect information. They are used, for example, to keep a user logged into an account, such as the ones above, without requiring the user to log in each time he or she accesses his or her account. Another example is advertising where, based on previously visited ads, it is attempted to offer more relevant ads to the user.

The following types of cookies are used on

  • First-party cookies: these are strictly necessary cookies. They allow the user to interact with the website using all its functions.
  • Functional cookies specific to the WordPress technology used on this website (more information).
  • Cookies to inform about the cookie policy of the Cookie Notice WordPress plugin.
  • Performance and analysis cookies: These are cookies used for analysis and statistics that improve the website experience. Through the use of these cookies, more relevant information can be shown to visitors.

Table with the cookies used on this website:

WordPresswordpress_[hash]It is deleted at the end of the session
This cookie is activated during the login and stores the authentication details. Its use is limited to the administration area, / wp-config /
It is deleted at the end of the session.
After login, WordPress activates the wordpress_logged_in_ [hash] cookie, which indicates when you have connected and who you are, being used for the WordPress interface.
wordpress_test_cookieIt is deleted at the end of the session.This cookie is used for the WordPress content manager to check if the browser has cookies activated.
wp-settings-{time}-[UID]It has an expiration period of 1 year.The UID located at the end of the cookie name contains the user ID stored in the WordPress database. It is used to store the appearance of the administration interface and can be used to store the appearance of the main site.
Cookie Noticecookie_notice_acceptedIt has an expiration period of 1 year.
It is necessary for the operation of the cookie notice stored in the browser if you have accepted the cookie policy of the web.
Google Analytics__utmaIt has an expiration period of 2 years.
It is necessary for the operation of Google Analytics.
It is automatically removed when you change websites or close your browser

This cookie records the time of arrival on the page and expires 30 minutes after the last registration of the page viewed.
It is deleted at the end of the session.

It is used together with the _utmb cookie to determine if more than 30 minutes have passed on the same page.
__utmzIt expires after 6 months.
It is used to make the location of the visit, that is, from where and how the user has arrived at our website.
It has an expiration period of 2 years.

It is used to distinguish users.
It has an expiration period of 2 years.

It is used to display our advertising on other pages of the Google network.
It has an expiration period of 2 days.

Used by the wordpress woocommerce online store plugin to store user information by performing different actions in wordpress related to the store (store carts, user registration and open sessions in the store.
It is automatically deleted at the end of the session.
It has an expiration period of 2 days.
Plugin yith Wishyith_wcwl_products
It is automatically deleted at the end of the session.

This cookie is installed every time a user of the store includes a product in the wish list.
It has an expiration period of 1 year

Cookie used by the wordfence security system.

More information:

The aim is to collect statistics: the number of visits, the period of queries, the search engine used to access the website, the keywords used, the global location of the visitor, the content visited on the website, as well as other parameters of the traffic on the website, always anonymously.

Google stores this information collected by cookies in a way that does not identify any user. Nor is your IP address associated with any other information available. In addition, Google Inc. is a company that has signed up to the Safe Harbor Agreement. This agreement guarantees that the data transferred will be treated in accordance with the levels of protection of European regulations. For more information about Google Analytics you may visit the following link

Based on the decision you take on the use of cookies on this website, you will be sent an additional cookie to store your choice so that you do not have to accept the use of cookies every time you access the website.

How do I disable cookies?

All browsers allow you to disable cookie settings. These settings are located in the “options” or “preferences” of your browser menu.
Below you will find links with instructions for different browsers showing you how to disable cookies.

However, remember that disabling cookies means losing functionality on many websites.

If you do not want to be tracked by cookies, Google has developed a plug-in to install in your browser that you can access at the link below.