Cookies are small text files that allow you to navigate between pages efficiently, remember your preferences, generally improve your experience and help us understand the performance of the website.
Our site uses certain “first party cookies” generated and used by our site, and also “third party cookies” generated on our site by third parties, both of which may be Session or Persistent. Session Cookies contain information that is used in your current browser session. These cookies are automatically deleted when you close your browser. Nothing is stored on your computer beyond the time you use the site. Persistent Cookies are used to keep the information that is used in between visits to the website, these can be stored depending on your settings, from a few hours to several years. Cookies are secure, they can only store information that is inserted by the browser, related to the access in the browser itself or that is included in the requested page. They cannot be transformed into codes and cannot be used to access your computer. If a website encrypts the information in the cookie, only the website can read the information.
Cookies are used by the site to store your session as you move around the site, keeping track of the details of your request and how you access the site.
They are used to display relevant elements in your navigation. Google Analytics cookies allow us to track your interaction with the site. This allows us to have a tool to improve the site, the products and services we offer. Closed and deleted cookies
All web browsers allow you to restrict cookie activity or disable cookies via browser options. The actions to take are different for each browser. You can find instructions under the help menu of your browser. You can also use your browser to display cookies on your computer, delete some cookies or delete all cookies. Cookies are simply text files, so you can open them and read their content. The data in them is often encrypted or has a numeric key corresponding to a web session, so they often make no sense except for the website that wrote it. By disabling cookies, our site may not be able to activate certain features necessary for it to work. Disabling cookies also disables the monitoring of your progress on the site, but will not block the analytical code from recognizing your visit.
What do cookies create on the site?
Our site’s cookies include the data used by the web server with which the server is processing your session, your authentication status and your booking details. Persistent cookies that are created are used by Google. They recognize traffic to the site for recurring customers rather than new customers. The information is recorded and may be used for advertising campaigns relevant to your interests. Deleting these cookies will have no effect on your interaction or the functionality of our site.
Cookies from Google
The data in the cookies communicate to Google which pages, products and services you have visited and allow them to find appropriate advertising. Google uses both persistent and session cookies. Cookies do not store personal data. Deleting or disabling these cookies does not limit the functionality of the website.