Cookies Policy

Cookies Policy

1. What are cookies?

“Cookies” are small file fragments in text form, which are stored on the User’s browser when he/she visits a website. The information stored on the User’s computer may include details, such as the pages that the User visited, the date and time of his/her visit, as well as a random and unique User identification number. By using such cookies, the Site can store useful information regarding the User’s navigation of the Site and read such information to provide the User with a unified browsing experience.


2. Which cookies does our website use?

We use cookies on our website for the management of connection periods and other basic functions, for the provision of customized pages and for the adjustment of advertising and other content so that it reflects your needs and interests. We may also use cookies to collect anonymous, aggregated statistics that allow us to understand how the public uses our website, so that we may improve their structure and content. We are unable to identify you through this information. You may amend the browser’s settings to reject some or all cookies, except for those that are necessary. You should know that certain functions are only available using cookies; if you choose to reject cookies, such functions may not be available. We use the following categories of cookies on our website.

Necessary cookies

Necessary (also known as necessary) cookies are fundamental for the correct functioning of our website. They allow you to navigate them and use their functionalities, such as access to secure areas. These cookies do not identify you. Without these cookies we cannot ensure the effective functioning of our website.

Performance cookies (Statistics)

These cookies collect information on how visitors use our website, e.g. which pages they visit most often and whether they receive error messages from web pages. These cookies collect aggregated, anonymous information that does not identify visitors. They are used exclusively to improve a web page’s performance.

Third-Party Advertising Cookies (Marketing)

These cookies are placed by our partners, whose services we use on our website. For example, Google Maps, social buttons (Facebook Like, Tweet). Using these cookies, our partners collect data based on your interaction with the Websites that you visit, so that you may see, during your visit thereto, advertising content related to your habits.

Advertising cookies may, potentially, be useful for visitors, as they significantly improve their online advertising experience.


3. How to control cookies

Based on the new GDPR, you have the option to choose which of the aforementioned categories of cookies you wish to enable on our website – with the exception of necessary cookies which, as we have mentioned, are fundamental for their proper functioning. For this purpose, we have made available the “Cookies Policy” tool that appears continuously at the bottom of your screen. You may use the same tool to withdraw your consent whenever you so wish. Please consider (based on the above) that, if you choose to disable certain categories of cookies, certain features of the website may not function as expected. You can see all your rights in our Privacy Policy.


4. How to turn browser cookies on or off

The process for enabling or disabling cookies may vary, depending on the web browser you use. We’ve provided information on the most popular platforms so that you can learn how to update your privacy settings no matter what browser you have.

Google Chrome


You can access your settings in Google Chrome by going to the drop-down menu under the vertical dots in the upper-right corner of the screen. Then follow these steps:

  • From the drop-down menu, click Settings.
  • Click the Privacy and security tab.
  • Select Cookies and other site data, then look for the General settings section. It should be near the top.
  • Choose the cookie settings you want:

o  Allow all cookies enables all cookies, including third-party trackers, in Chrome.

o  Block third-party cookies in Incognito allows all cookies when you use Chrome regularly but blocks third-party trackers if you open an Incognito window.

o  Block third-party cookies only blocks potential tracking cookies. Blocking these could cause some sites to not load properly.

o  Block all cookies doesn’t allow cookies of any kind while you use Chrome. The browser doesn’t recommend this setting since disabling cookies can cause most sites to not load properly.



The steps for enabling or disabling cookies in Chrome on your Android device are like the desktop version.

  • Tap the three vertical dots in the top right of the browser window, then choose Settings.
  • Tap Site Settings and choose Cookies.
  • Here you can turn your cookies on or off.


iPhone and iPad

Unfortunately, Google Chrome for iOS devices doesn’t allow you to modify your cookie settings, and the browser automatically enables cookies. You can, however, clear your cookies by doing the following:

  • Open Chrome and tap the three horizontal dots in the bottom-right corner of your screen.
  • Scroll to the right and find the Settings option.
  • Tap Privacy and Security, then Clear Browsing Data.
  • Choose the items you want to clear, such as Cookies, Site Data, and set the time range.
  • Tap Clear Browsing Data at the bottom of your screen.

Microsoft Edge

To enable or disable cookies in Microsoft Edge, follow these steps:

  • In your browser window, open Settings and More, then Settings.
  • Choose Site Permissions, then Cookies and Site Data.
  • Click See All Cookies and Site Data. Select the arrow for See All Cookies and Site Data to see all the cookies stored on your device.


Apple Safari


  • Open Safari, then click Safari in the top navigation bar and choose Preferences.
  • Select the Privacy tab.
  • Turn on Prevent Cross-site Tracking to block third-party cookies.
  • If you want to completely disable Safari cookies, add a checkmark next to Block All Cookies.


iPhone and iPad

If you’re using an iOS device, you’ll find cookies under your iPhones or iPad’s Settings.

  • Scroll down and tap Safari in the Settings menu.
  • Scroll down to the Privacy & Security section.
  • Toggle Prevent Cross-Site Tracking to block third-party cookies.

·         To disable all Safari cookies, toggle the Block All Cookies setting on.



Knowing how to turn cookies on or off in Opera gives you the ability to manage site referrals, redirects, and delete cookies at the end of each visit. Here’s how to turn your Opera cookies on and off:

  • Open Opera and click the three horizontal bars in the top right corner to open the Easy Setup menu.
  • Scroll down and click Go to Full Browser Settings.
  • Click the Privacy & Security tab, then click Cookies and Other Site Data.
  • Choose which cookie settings you want to use:

o  Allow all cookies enables all cookies in Opera, including third-party cookies.

o  Block third-party cookies in private mode enables all cookies when you use Opera regularly and blocks third-party cookies if you browse in private mode.

o  Block third-party cookies blocks third-party cookies that might track you across other sites but allows first-party cookies that belong to the site you’re currently visiting.

o  Block all cookies disables all cookies. Opera doesn’t recommend this setting because most sites need cookies to load properly.


On certain cases of browser updates, the above may change. If you want to keep up to date, please visit:


If you want to clear all cookies from your browser, apart from using third party software, you can visit: for details.


5. Amendments to the Cookies Policy

This Cookies Policy may be amended at any time. For this reason, we believe that you would benefit from consulting this Policy frequently. This version of the policy entered into force in May 2023. If it is amended, it will mention the date of the amendment. The most recently amended Cookies Policy shall always be deemed to be valid.


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