Cookies are small text files containing information that are generated in the User's computer or terminal when browsing the website. With browsing this site you consent to receive such Cookies. Through them AGÈNCIA D'ESTRATÈGIA TURÍSTICA DE LES ILLES BALEARS collects and saves the information under the conditions described in this Policy of cookies:
What types of cookies we use?
According to the entity that manages:
Own cookies: These are sent to your computer or terminal from our website.
Third party cookies: Those that are sent to your computer or terminal from a domain or a website that is not managed by us, but by a collaborating organization. Such as those used by Google who installs cookies to help us analyze the operation of our website, and improve the effectiveness of our marketing campaigns.
According to the length of time they remain active:
Session Cookies: Cookies are a type designed to collect and store data while accessing our website and remain in the cookie file of your browser until you leave the page. Such as identification cookies.
Persistent Cookies: Cookies are a type in which the data is still stored in the terminal and can be accessed and treated for a certain period of time.
Cookies and analysis techniques: These are well treated by us or by third parties, allow us to quantify the number of users and perform the measurement and statistical analysis of the use made by users of our website. We analyzed the navigation on our website in order to improve the supply of products or services we offer. Examples include:
The number of unique visitors to each page / section, which is used to count the times that the site is visited by a user, as well as the first and last time of the visit. This helps to know the most successful areas and increase and improve the content, with the result that users get an experience and more satisfactory service.
The date and time you access our website in order to allow check times more traffic and make the necessary adjustments to avoid saturation at peak times.
The source of traffic, which registers the origin of the user, ie the Internet address from which part of the link that leads to our website in order to enhance the different banners and links pointing to our server, and to offer better results.
How I can configure or disable cookies?
You can set your browser to notify of the reception of cookies and refuse to accept them activating the setting on your browser that allows reject. However, be forewarned that disabling cookies may cause limited or even impossible to access some features of our site, and some services may not function properly.
For more information on the configuration of the cookies in your browser, see the "Help" menu of it.
LIST AND DESCRIPTION OF OUR COOKIES
The next list shows the cookies we're using at illesbalears.travel.
STRICTLY NECESSARY COOKIES
AWALB : These cookies are session identifiers provided by the AWS Cloud (Amazon Web Services). These identify a user that starts a session in the website.
CookieLaw : This cookie is associated to the control by which the final user accepts the inclusion of cookies (own an third parties) in its computer, with the purpose of better performance and customization of the web experience, always following the current laws and regulations defined by the "Agencia Española de Proteccion de Datos".
THIRD PARTIES COOKIES
Facebook pixel : Facebook cookie that works when a web page is visited and the user, at the same time, has an open session in this social network, in such a way that, when the next time we generate a new add or when we promote a content, it will be possible select like audience those users registered by the pixel.
_utma /_utmb/_utmc/_utmz : Google Analytics cookies, these generate an anonymous user ID, used to count how many times a user visits the website. To record when was the first and the last time visiting the web, when a user session ends, the user geographical origin, and the keywords.
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