What are cookies?

Cookies are a small amount of information that a particular web server sends to a web browser, thus allowing the server to collect feedback from the browser. Each user can choose to delete cookies through the options of each browser. The cookies used by us, as Administrator, are those related to the functionality and performance of the site, as well as those that allow us to remember user preferences. More information about cookies can be found at:


What are web directories?

Web beacons are files that allow a website to collect information about the number of users who have visited it and to access their cookies. Cookies make it possible to recognize the user’s device and adapt the content of the site to his preferences. More information about web directories can be found at:


What types of cookies does our site use?

Our cookies perform 3 different functions:

1. Mandatory cookies

These are mandatory for the normal operation of any website and cannot be excluded. They are used to maintain the client’s personal login credentials to the respective site. Each user can set their browser to read these bits, but this would prevent the effective use of the site’s features.

2. Cookies related to site performance

These are bits that allow the Site Administrator to analyze the preferences of the site’s users and improve the site’s effectiveness accordingly. Through them, visits and sources of traffic are recorded, which pages are the most popular and which are the most popular, and how visitors move around the site. The information collected is anonymous. Aĸ as a user, we, as Administrators, will not know when you have visited our site and what exactly about it has intrigued you.

3. Marketing cookies

These questions are asked through our website by our partners. These can be used by these companies to create a profile of the user’s interests and allow the display of messages and messages on other sites. These work by yniĸaĸally identifying the browser and the user’s device. In the event that you block these cookies, you as a user will not receive our targeted advertising.

Why are cookies important?

Cookies help the user in using the site, drawing a certain pattern of preferences and accordingly targeted interests. Therefore, disagreeing with or disabling cookies may cause the site to not function properly.

Examples of the important role of cookies:

Content and services tailored to specific user preferences – product and service categories.

Remembering passwords.

Measurement, optimization, and features from Google Analytics – confirming a given level of website traffic, what type of content is being displayed, and how a user is getting to a website (e.g.: search engines, direct, other websites, etc.).

The site uses these analytics to improve the site for the benefit of users.

Does the site use cookies that contain personal data?

Cookies do not require any information containing personal data to be used and most often do not identify Internet users personally. Cookies on the site only collect an IP address, which is used for location statistics and security against hacker attacks. These IP addresses are encrypted in a way that prevents unauthorised persons from accessing them. The cookies that our site uses do not contain any other data that could identify a user.

How to turn off cookies?

All modern browsers allow the individual user to change cookie settings. These settings can usually be found in the “options” or “preferences” menu of your browser.

In the event that you as a user disable cookies from the site, the provider does not guarantee the proper functioning of the site. Opting out of cookies will delete all cookies from the site and may remove some buttons and functionality on the site.

When attempting to log into the site, the user accepts the use of session cookies. By clicking on the “I understand/agree” or similar button, you agree to the use of all cookies by the site.

The user can at any time delete the accepted cookies from your browser using the respective instructions of the different browsers.