Cookie Policy

About cookies

A cookie is nothing more than a very small text file. When you visit a website, the server that hosts that site places this file on your device. The exact information stored on the cookie will vary from site to site, depending on what information is necessary for that particular viewing experience. In most cases, it will identify you in some way.


Cookies we use

Technical cookies that our CMS generates do not collect information from the visitor's device and typically stores the information in the form of a session identification that does not personally identify the user. They are strictly technical cookies based on an encrypted hash that does not even need to be blocked to be compliant with GDPR. You can still block them by decline our cookie policy. These cookies are deleted upon closing web browser.

Functional cookies on this website are essential and do not require approval. They enable features without which you would not be able to use the website as intended, such as showing important locations on google maps or using our online forms with spam protection. They are only saved on your computer while you are actually browsing the website.

Cookies are not used to access user data or to track user activity after leaving web site.