Cookie policy

  1. Purpose.

This Cookie Policy is an integral part of the Conditions of Use and the Privacy Policy of the Rabal Sanmartín website (hereinafter referred to as the «Website» or the «Web Page»). Accessing and browsing the Website, or using its services, implies acceptance of the terms and conditions included in the Conditions of Use as well as in the Privacy Policy and, within it, the Cookie Policy.

In order to facilitate your browsing of the Website, the owner of the same whose registered office is at *, hereby informs you that it uses cookies or Data Access Requirement Documents (DARD) or other files with similar functionality (hereinafter referred to as «cookies»).

In this sense, and for the purpose of guaranteeing the user all the information required for correct browsing, we provide the user with the following informative text on what cookies are, what types of cookies exist on our Web Page and how they can be configured or disabled.

  1. What are Cookies.

Currently, most websites, regardless of the service they provide, use cookies, in other words, they store a minimum amount of information about a user’s use or browsing history on the website.

A cookie may be defined as a small text file or device of general use that is downloaded to the user’s computer terminal when he/she browses the web pages in order to store data that can be updated and recovered by the entity responsible for its installation in order to facilitate browsing and the user’s experience.

As provided for in Clause 30 of the GDPR, natural persons may be associated with online identifiers provided by their devices, applications, tools and protocols, such as internet protocol addresses, session identifiers in the form of “cookies” or other identifiers with similar purposes. This may leave traces which, in particular, when combined with unique identifiers and other data received by the servers, may be used to profile and identify natural persons.

For this reason, the owner of the website has a cookie policy consistent with the applicable regulations.

In general, when the installation and/or use of cookies involves the processing of personal data, whether first party or belonging to third parties, are session or persistent, the data controller will provide the necessary information in this regard, and will obtain the prior informed consent of the user to install and/or use them, except in the case of having to install cookies that are strictly required.

Only those cookies that exclusively allow communication between the user’s computer and the network and, strictly speaking, those used to provide a service requested by the user, are exempt from such consent.

For example, so-called “technical cookies” (e.g., those required for browsing the platform or application itself); “personalisation or configuration cookies” e.g., those that allow the page to recognise the user’s language, etc.); and “security cookies” (e.g., to detect erroneous and repeated attempts to connect to a site) are exempt.

  1. Types, purpose and functioning of cookies.


First-party cookies

These are those that are sent to your computer from the website owner’s computer or servers and from which we provide the service you request.

Third-party cookies

These are those that are sent to your computer from a computer or domain not managed by us, but by another collaborating entity or partner. Such as, for example, those used by social networks, or external content, such as Google.


Session cookies

These are temporary cookies that remain in your browser’s cookie file until you leave the web page, so none of them remain registered on your computer’s hard drive. The information obtained by means of these cookies is used to analyse web traffic patterns. Ultimately, this allows us to provide a better experience, to improve the content and make it easier to use.

Persistent cookies

These are stored on the hard drive and our website reads them every time you make a new visit. A permanent website has a specific expiry date. The cookie will stop working after that date. We generally use these cookies to facilitate purchase and registration services.


Technical cookies

These are those required for browsing and the proper functioning of our web page. They allow, for example, for traffic and data communication to be controlled, restricted areas to be accessed, purchase orders to be processed, security elements to be used, content enabling videos for broadcast to be stored or content to be shared on social networks.

Personalisation cookies

These are those that allow you to access the service with predefined characteristics according to a series of criteria such as, for example, language, type of browser used to access the service, etc.

Analysis cookies

These are those that allow us to quantify the number of users and thus carry out the statistical analysis of the use made by users of the services provided. To do this, your browsing history on our web page is analysed in order to improve the range of products and services we offer.

Advertising cookies

These are those that allow us to manage, in the most efficient way possible, advertising spaces that may be included on our web page.

Behavioural advertising cookies

These cookies store information about user behaviour obtained through continuous observation. Thanks to them, we can learn about your browsing habits and show you advertising related to your browsing profile.

Social cookies

Complementary cookies to exchange social content: so-called plug-ins, which allow content to be shared on social networks.

  1. Cookies used on the website

The identities of those who use cookies on this website, as well as details of the same, are indicated below:

Entity: Google Analytics. Type: Third party
Purpose: To gather information about users’ browsing habits on the website in order to ascertain the origin of the visits and other similar statistical data, as well as, where appropriate, to show users advertising related to their preferences based on profiles based on their browsing habits (for example, pages visited).

More information:  1. Google Analytics,  2. Google Privacy Centre

Entity: Facebook,  Type: Third party
Purpose: To share content on social media

More information: *

Entity: Instagram. Type: Third party
Purpose: To share content on social media

More information:  *

Entity: Twitter.  Type: Third party
Purpose: To share content on social media

More information:  *

  1. How to disable cookies on the most commonly used browsers.

These can be blocked or disabled using your browser’s configuration tools. The browser allows you to reject the installation of all cookies or choose to reject only some of them.

We provide links to the tools of the main browsers, where you can find out how to disable cookies.

Disabling or deleting cookies belonging to Google Analytics

If you accept the use of cookies belonging to Google Analytics, you can subsequently uninstall them by configuring your browser, as indicated above, or by installing the Google Analytics opt-out add-on:


We remind you that if you delete personalisation cookies, you will have to update your preferences each time you start a session with us or if you use a different device, computer or browser profile, you will have to tell us your preferences again.


  1. What happens if the cookies are disabled

If you reject cookies, you can continue to use our website, but it is possible that some of the services and/or links stop working, that you will not be able to  start or maintain the interactive session with the services of the web page, and we will be unable to obtain very valuable information about you to offer you content in accordance with your interests and so that you can quickly and easily access the information you are interested in.

The owner of the website assumes no responsibility for legal or technical problems caused by a breach, by any user, of the recommendations included. This communication is intended to inform and be used by users and should not, therefore, be used for any other purpose.

We also advise you that we cannot be held responsible for the content and accuracy of the privacy policies of the third parties included in the cookie policy.

  1. Changes to the cookie policy

This cookie policy is version 2.0, and has been in force since the 1st OCTOBER 2020, and based on this, the owner of the website may modify this cookie policy, either by incorporating new cookies required for any new content that may be added, or, due to legislative or regulatory requirements that may make it necessary to change it, so Users are advised to visit it regularly.

Similarly, the Website may inform users personally and in advance of any planned changes to this policy, before they come into force, provided that this is technically and reasonably possible.

  1. Exercising your rights regarding Cookies

You can find out about and exercise your rights regarding personal data protection by accessing the Privacy Policy of this website.

If you have any doubts about this cookie policy, you can contact us.