What is a cookie?
It is a device for the storage and recovery of information that downloads on to the computer or electronic device of the User when accessing certain web pages or applications. Cookies permit certain information about the browsing habits of the User or their equipment or device, facilitating the improvement of the Service of a website and providing a better User experience.
What type of cookies does this website use?
Parques Reunidos Servicios Centrales, S.A. (owner of the Portal) and Parques de la Naturaleza Selwo, S.L. (entity that operates through the Portal) uses on this website the cookies described to follow:
1. Our own cookies
They are cookies strictly necessary for the provision of certain services expressly requested by the User. If the User deactivates these cookies they will not be able to correctly receive the contents, products or services of this Portal.
|Types of cookies||Purpose||Specific Uses|
Are those that provide information about entrance records and User navigation on the website, as well as data from the shopping cart.
Register the entry of Users on the Portal.
Provide the information society services expressly requested by the User and in accordance with the terms and conditions applicable to the Portal.
In online shopping processes on the Portal, cookies solely gather information
2. Third Party Cookies
These cookies only associate with an anonymous user and do not provide references that enable us to deduct or establish the identity (name and surname) of the Users who browse our website.
|NAME OF THE COOKIE||PURPOSE||SESSION COOKIE/
|“_stid” (SHARETHIS)||Its purpose is to associate the User with subjects of interest based on the content that the User visits, consumes and shares when browsing.||PERSISTENT|
|“_uste” (SHARETHIS)||Its purpose is to find out whether cookies have been previously installed on the User’s computer or electronic device by accessing certain web pages to avoid, during the following eight (8) hours, downloading a new cookie to their computer or electronic device.||PERSISTENT|
|“_unam” (SHARETHIS)||Its purpose is to quantify the number of Users who share specific content and how many web pages are visited as a result of this action.||PERSISTENT|
|“UID, UIDR” (SCORDCARDSEARCH)||They are additional cookies created by Sharethis. Their purpose is to analyse audience size and analyse anonymous usage statistics.||PERSISTENT|
“B, BX, others”
|These cookies are implemented on web pages with the Flickr widget. They can be attributed to both Flickr and Yahoo! PERSISTENT (owners of Flickr). The “BX” and “B” cookies are implemented for all Users, and the others, only if the User has begun a session on his/her Flickr account. Yahoo! can use the information gathered to provide the User with adverts based on their browsing activities and their interests.||PERSISTENT|
|“Visitor_Info1_Live” (YouTube)||Its purpose is to estimate the User’s bandwidth.||PERSISTENT|
|“use_hitbox” (YouTube)||Its purpose is to increase the “views” counter on a specific YouTube video.||PERSISTENT|
|“PREF” (YouTube)||Its purpose is to store the session preferences for the activity viewed during the User’s browsing. These cookies do not store information that enables PERSISTENT us to identify the User.||PERSISTENT|
|“__ga” (Google)||This cookie facilitates distinguishing Users who browse the website, but without under any circumstances knowing the identity of same.||PERSISTENT|
|“__utma” (Google)||This cookie generates a unique User ID. This unique User ID enables us to quantify the amount of times a User visits the website. Likewise, PERSISTENT it enables us to record the first and last time a User visits the Portal.||PERSISTENT|
|_utmb (Google)||Its purpose is to record the arrival time of the User on the website and it expires every thirty (30) minutes after the final record of a page viewed by the User. It automatically deletes when changing websites or closing the browser. If the User remains more than thirty (30) minutes on the website without any activity and again requests a web page, this will be deemed to be a new user session.||SESSION|
|“__utmc” (Google)||This cookie establishes when the User has finished a session. It enables us to check whether the session should be kept open or a new session should be created.||SESSION|
|“__utmv” (Google)||This cookie enables us, from the basis of the User’s registration details, to segment demographic data, such as the gender or age of the Users who visit the Portal, purely for statistical purposes pertaining to activity on the Portal, and for the purpose of improving the User experience on the Portal, on the basis of the information obtained. The information is obtained through “_setVar” from the Google Analytics code.||PERSISTENT|
How can I obtain more information about hoy to manage cookies and where applicable, block or delete them?
The User may freely decide about (i) the implementation or not of our cookies on their hard disc or (ii) the receipt of an on-screen warning of the installation of each cookie (individually considered), and decide at that moment whether to allow their implementation on your hard disc, or not, by:
1. Configuration of the User’s Browser options.
- For more information about the Google Chrome browser, click here.
- For more information about the Explorer browser, click here.
- For more information about the Mozilla Firefox browser, click here.
- For more information about the Safari browser, click here.
2. Use of third party tools available on-line.
Certain third party tools available online enable the User to detect cookies on each website they visit and manage their deactivation, for example, if the User does not want to be tracked by “Google Analytics” on all websites, they can access https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en.
If the User were to configure their browser to reject all cookies or expressly reject the cookies inherent to this specific website, they may have difficulties in completing the online purchasing process on our Portal. Consequently, the navigation of the User on our website may be slower or they may experience some type of error.