What are they?
Cookies are tiny files saved in a computer and designed to store small amounts of data. These data are used to track information on your visits to and between websites.
Because of the essential information they contain, cookies allow us to determine the type of content that may interest you. As well as automatically and more accurately helping to adapt the experience offered by our website, cookies also enable us to identify any error you might find.
Although Spain.info maintains relationships with other providers, we select these relationships with a great deal of care, and monitor them constantly. These providers may also activate their own cookies during your visit, in order to show you a range of products or services based on what you appear to be looking for.
Why are we telling you this?
We're telling you this because there has just been a change in European Union legislation that affects all European websites, and we want to be clear and honest with you at all times with regard to your privacy when using our website. It's very important to us that you feel you can trust and have confidence in us. What's more, we're also devising a range of improvements relating to cookies and the privacy of our website.
If you want to block or restrict all cookies from Spain.info, you can do so with your browser. Each one is different, so you'll need to consult the Help section of your browser to see how to change your preferences for cookies. We use the following types of cookies:
Authentication cookies to verify users and enable correct interaction with the site.
Cookies for favourites, which require interaction with the user for storage and private organisation.
How to manage cookies
If you wish to deactivate cookies in your browser, you can set the browser to your preference using the menu bar. You should be aware that if you don't have cookies activated in your computer, you won't be able to customise and improve the service we offer you.