Cookies Policy


Like other websites, the Website (the “Website”) uses a technology called “cookies” to collect information about how the Website is used You can view the information about the company that manages the Website by  clicking here

We hereby inform you that we may only use cookies on your computer if you have given your consent, with the exception of those cookies which are necessary for you to browse the Website. 

For this purpose, we inform you that our Website uses cookies to enable us to distinguish you from other users, offer you a better browsing experience and identify problems so that we can improve our Website. Furthermore, if you give your consent, we shall use cookies that enable us to have more information about your preferences so that we can personalise our Website according to your personal interests. 


A cookie is a file that is downloaded onto your terminal device to store data which can be updated and retrieved by the entity responsible for installing it. Cookies cannot damage your device and are actually very helpful because they help us to identify and resolve errors. Unless you have set your browser to disable cookies, our system shall use cookies whenever you visit our Website. 

For more information about cookies, you can view the following explanatory technical document:

Types of Cookies used by Websites

Our Websites use first and third-party cookies, which are described below: 





Google Analytics Cookies

These four cookies are set by Google Analytics to collect a variety of information about the user’s browsing of our website. For example, the location of the visitor, details of the visit (time, pages viewed etc.). As well as using the browser to block these cookies, the user can use this add-on provided by Google to disable the Google Analytics service during his/her visit.

Google (third-party)

Strictly necessary cookies for the web platform

These cookies are used by the website and are designed to enable you to visit it.

Aliseda (First-party)

AddThis Cookies

They allow the user to share content via social networks and by email. When we include links to third-party services on our website it is possible that they will temporarily store a cookie on your device to make their service simpler.

AddThis (third-party)

Twitter Cookie

The Twitter cookie appears on the pages that use the Tweet button and it is used to identify the user with a unique number associated with Twitter.

Twitter (third-party)

Google Cookie

This is a unique identifier used by Google applications to store information about the user’s preferences.

Google (third-party)


By continuing to browse our Website you give your consent to the use of the aforementioned cookies, for the prescribed periods and under the conditions stipulated in this policy. 

Disabling and blocking Cookies

We inform you that you can block or disable cookies by activating the setting on your browser that allows you to reject the installation of all or some cookies. Most browsers allow you to be notified of the presence of cookies or reject them automatically. If you reject them you can continue to use our Website, although the use of some of its services may be restricted and, therefore, your experience on our Website may be less satisfactory. 

In any event, below you will find the instructions for the most popular desktop and mobile browsers. 

Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox,  Internet Explorer, Safari.

IOS,  Android

Withdraw my consent

If at any time you wish to withdraw your consent regarding the Cookies Policy, you should delete the cookies that are stored on your computer by using the configurations and settings on your internet browser. 

Changes to the Cookies Policy

It is possible that we will update our Website’s Cookies Policy so we recommend that you check this policy every time that you enter our Website, to ensure that you are adequately informed about how and why we use cookies. The Cookies Policy was last updated on [30/12/2018] 


If you have any queries, comments or suggestions regarding the Cookies Policy, please write to: AVDA. DEL MEDITERRANEO Nº 89 PLANTA 1 – 29730 RINCÓN DE LA VICTORIA (MÁLAGA). 

No state is maintained on the web or application servers. Instead, after the user authenticates, the application generates a “cookie” for that user for only that session, with the following information: 

  • A version number that identifies the format of the cookie

  • A long random string that acts as the session ID

  • A routing hint

  • A checksum

The routing hint is used to optimize the traffic within our network by telling us something about the shortest path to the user’s data–in this case, the OrgID. This value is not used in anyway to identify the user (this is done by the random value) or establish privileges (this is done by settings inside the application). We generally don’t treat the OrgID as a secret because it really is just an opaque internal identifier. 

The checksum is included as an optimization – if the cookie has been garbled or modified in transit, this allows us to skip a database round trip just to discover that the cookie is no good. 

The user ID is written to a state table in the database. 

The cookie is base62-encoded. 

Cookie processing

For each request a user submits to the application, the browser sends the cookie to the application server. The application server compares the cookie to the state table in the database to verify that the session is valid. 

Session cookies have these limits: 

  • Unique for each user and each session (non-persistent) 

  • Invalidated when the user logs out or closes (quits) his browser

  • Invalidated when the session duration limit is exceeded

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