What are cookies?

It’s a little text file created during a visit at each website. It’s used as a standard tool to store information about the usage of our websites.

Thanks to them we can distinguish, but not identify, individual users from another and customize content to particular preferences. Cookies are important. Without them web browsing would be much more complicated.

What are cookies used for?

Cookies are used for several purposes. On our websites we use these cookies:

Technical cookies: for our website and belonging services to work correctly (e.g. so you can fill in a multi-step form, log in or register to use our services) we use technical cookies. Without them our website couldn’t work at all.

Functional cookies: for your preferences to remain stored (e.g. language settings) so you don’t have to set them again and again. The use of these cookies isn’t inevitable, but it’ll make your visit of our website significantly more pleasant.

Analytical cookies: these cookies are used to acquire data about the traffic of our website, also to find out how you navigate on our website so we can make it as clear as possible for your usage. Since we’ve put in place measures to prevent the abuse of these cookies (anonymity on our suppliers’ side) we don’t ask for your consent in relation to their usage. In case of these cookies we use the solutions of the following third parties:

  1. Google Analytics - Google Ireland Limited - Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland
  2. Hotjar - Hotjar Limited - Level 2, St Julian’s Business Centre, 3, Elia Zammit Street, St Julian’s STJ 1000, Malta
  3. Facebook Ireland Ltd. - 4 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbour Dublin 2, Ireland