Cookies Policy

Cookie Policy

What are cookies?

cookies are small data files received by the terminal from the website visited and are used to record certain browsing interactions on a website by storing data that can be updated and recovered.These files are stored on the user's computer and contain anonymous data which are not harmful to the system.They are used to remember user preferences, such as the selected language, access details or page personalisation.

cookies can also be used to record anonymous information about how a visitor uses a site.For example, via which webpage a user has arrived or if an advertising banner was used.

How do we use the various types of cookies?


According to their purpose:


Technical Cookies

Technical cookies are essential and strictly necessary for the web portal to operate correctly and to use the various options and services it offers.

For example, those that maintain the sessions, management of response times, performance or validation of options, the use of security elements, sharing contents with social networks, etc.

Personalisation Cookies

These cookies enable the user to specify or personalise various characteristics of the general options of the webpage, for example, defining the language, regional configuration or type of browser.

Analytical Cookies

Analytical cookies are used by our web portals to create browsing profiles and discover user preferences so as to enhance the offering of products and services.

For example, an analytical cookie controls the geographic areas the user is most interested in, their favourite products, etc.

Advertisement / Advertising Cookies

Advertisement cookies help to manage advertising spaces based on specific criteria.For example, visiting frequency, edited content, etc.

Advertising cookies, via advert management, make it possible to store information on behaviour by observing habits, studying visits and creating a profile of user preferences to offer them advertising in keeping with the interests.

According to duration:


Session Cookies

Session cookies are those that exist the time the user is browsing the webpage and are deleted at the end.

Persistent Cookies

These cookies are stored on the user's terminal for a longer period, simplifying the control of the preferences chosen without having to repeat certain parameters on every visit to the website.

 

And if I don't want these cookies or do nothing about them?

To comply with the law, we must ask for your permission to manage the cookies.Should you decide not to authorise the processing by expressing your disagreement, we will only use the technical cookies, as they are essential for browsing our website.In this case, we will not store any cookies.If you continue to browse our website without withholding your authorisation, this implies acceptance of their use.

Configuration of Internet Explorer cookies
Configuration of Firefox cookies
Configuration of Google Chrome cookies
Configuration of Safari cookies

These browsers are subject to upgrades or modifications so we cannot guarantee they will adapt fully to your browser version. You may also use a browser not covered by these links, such as Konqueror, Arora, Flock, etc. To avoid this, you can directly access your browser options which are usually to be found in the Options menu, in the "privacy" section. (Please see the help section of your browser for further details).

Cookies used by Utopic Bike Travel:

Type of cookieSTATUSPARTNER COMPANIES

Analytic

Persistent

Google Analytics

Where can I get more information?

If you need more information on the cookies directive, please see the Official State Gazette (Boletín Oficial del Estado) published on 31 March 2012 (for Spain) with the transposition of directives in the field of electronic communications. You can also find the directive at Information Commissioner Office (in English).

In addition, you can watch explanatory videos published by the Spanish Data Protection Agency that set out, step by step, how to configure the privacy options for the most common browsers, social networks and mobile operating systems, at Videos AEPD.