Cookie Policy

What are Cookies and what are they used for?

Cookies are small text files generated during your visit to the site and are used to store information about your visits. In some cases, cookies are essential for the functioning of the Internet, providing countless advantages, facilitating browsing and usability of the website. They allows us to optimise your browsing, adapting the information and services offered to your interests, to provide you with a better experience whenever you visit us. In turn, Cookies are only associated with an anonymous user and allow us, among other things, to store and retrieve information about your browsing habits or your computer and, depending on the information it contains and the way you use your computer, can be used to recognise and identify the user in order to improve your browsing. They are important, from a technical point of view as they allow websites to work in a more agile and adapted to user preferences. They are used to obtain statistical data and to optimise advertising by offering the one that best suits your interests.

What type of cookies does this website use?:

Habitat uses own and third party cookies, both persistent and session cookies, for technical and personalisation purposes.

If you wish, you can disable and/or delete the cookies we use in the panel shown below. You can also configure your internet browser to allow, prohibit or regulate the use of cookies. In any case, we inform you that in these cases, depending on the configuration chosen, the ability to use some features of the website may be significantly reduced and may not be compatible with your needs.

Below, we explain in more detail what type of cookies we use, their purpose and ownership, as well as how to configure them.

The cookies we use on our website

The cookies we use on our website
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PHPSESSID Cookie generated by applications based on the PHP language. This is a general purpose identifier used to hold user session variables. This is normally a randomly generated number, the way it is used can be site specific, but a good example is maintaining a login state for a user between pages. Sesión