Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy

This website may use cookies and other similar technologies such as local shared objects, flash cookies and pixels, which are small files that certain platforms, such as websites, can install on the user’s device (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.). They can have a wide range of functions: storing browsing preferences, collecting statistical data, allowing certain technical functions, storing information on user or device browsing habits, etc. Cookies are used for a number of reasons. From the technical perspective, they allow websites to function more agilely and in a manner that adapts to user preferences by, for example, storing their preferred language or their country’s currency, etc. They also help the people responsible for the website to improve their services thanks to the statistical and habit information they collect.

For more information about cookies, visit Your Online Choices Spain or

When you use this website and press the button “Accept all cookies,” you accept that the “first-party” and “third-party” cookies set out in the table “The Types of Cookies We Use” will be installed on your device. 

You can decide to accept all cookies or only those from certain categories by configuring your preferences in the banner shown when you first enter the website or by clicking on the green button with the settings icon at the lower left-hand corner of each page.

Depending on the kind of cookies you disable, the browsability of the website (or certain sections of it) may be compromised or limited.

Cookie Types

Cookies are classified into five categories: essential, functionality, analytics, advertising/marketing, and additional features. The site may not use all the cookie categories described below, but only those indicated in the table “The Types of Cookies We Use” (the classification category is listed with each cookie type).

  1. Essential

These cookies are essential for the website’s pages to function properly and cannot be disabled. Without these cookies, the website’s browsability would be so compromised it could not be used properly.

  1. Functionality

With express prior approval, these cookies allow the site to recognise you in subsequent visits so that you don’t have to input your details every time. Functionality cookies are not essential to the functioning of the website, but they improve the quality of the experience. This category includes all other additional functions on the site (e.g., widgets associated with social media posts, comments via external services, social media share buttons, live chat, etc.). These cookies are necessary to allow your social media account to interact with our site. For instance, they are used to allow you to express your appreciation and share it with your friends. Disabling these components (and the related cookies) does not compromise use of the site, you simply will not be able to use the disabled functions. Some tools made available by social media (generally installed with code blocks inserted into the host site pages) may use third-party cookies installed by social media companies (Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, etc.); the site does not share any data with these widgets.

  1. Analytics

Our pages use third-party Google Analytics performance cookies (a service offered by Google) to gather anonymous data and examine visitors’ behaviour as they use the website and improve its usability and user experience. By using the Google Analytics panel, we can learn if views are from new users or recurring users by seeing how they browse the pages (entry, outward links, movement between pages, time spent, geographical origin, etc.). Google Analytics cookies are installed only if the user accepts statistics cookies. Disabling them does not compromise the website’s functionality. Additional information on privacy, cookies, and methods. Ways to block cookies can be found via the links listed in the table “The Types of Cookies We Use”.

  1. Advertising

Advertising cookies are installed to show advertising content related to the user’s interests. These kinds of cookies work in collaboration with third-party sites (e.g., retargeting shows ads from previously-viewed sites) and can track users’ previous browsing on different domains. Cookies of this type usually track the user’s IP address, in addition to other information, some of which may be personal.


Certain personal data are strictly necessary in order for the Site to function. Others are used for the sole purpose of obtaining anonymous statistical information on how the Website is used and to verify it is functioning properly. The latter are eliminated immediately after processing.



 The data provided are personal and data subjects provide them by filling out the contact form or sending emails.


 IP addresses

 Request URI (uniform resource identifier)

 Time required

 Numeric code indicating the status of the response provided by the server (successful, error, etc.)

 Domain names of the user computers connecting to the Site

 Other parameters related to the operating system and user’s IT environment

 Information on the user’s browsing behaviour on the Site using, for example, cookies



Sharing content on one or more social networks may entail access to certain information from your account or profile if you activated third-party account or profile data exchange.


 The site may gather location data by masking IP addresses (i.e., anonymously)


Cookie names Type of cookie First or Third party Can be blocked Session or Persistent Expiry Time Purpose

Data location, data sharing, and transfer to non-EU third countries.

Any personal data collected are stored on La Linea Verde servers located in Spain. Data will only be shared with third parties where required to comply with the request received. La Linea Verde does not make personal data transfers outside the EU.


We design our systems and devices with due regard for security and privacy. Personal data are processed with automated tools in line with the principle of necessity and proportionality, preventing processing of personal data if operations can be carried out with anonymous data.

Pursuant to the GDPR, we have adopted physical, electronic and organisational security measures for the collection, storage, and sharing of our customers’ personal data to prevent the loss, unlawful use, and unauthorised access thereof. Remember that security best practice dictates that you should properly check your device to ensure it is equipped with tools such as regularly-updated antivirus software and that your internet service provider supplies you with an internet connection that guarantees secure data transmission with firewalls, spam filters and/or other similar guarantees.


You can modify the way in which your browser handles cookies (both from our website and any other site) as well as block and delete them by changing your browser settings.

Most cookies allow you to accept or reject all cookies, accept only certain cookies, or ask every time a website wishes to install a cookie.

These settings are under “options” or “preferences” on your browser’s menu. Below, you’ll find links to instructions on how to disable cookies for each browser:

– Internet Explorer (Delete and mange cookies) For more information, visit Microsoft’s support section or the browser’s help menu.

– Mozilla Firefox (Enable and disable cookies; Clear cookies). For more information, visit Mozilla’s support section or the browser’s help menu.

– Google Chrome (Clear, enable, and manage cookies). For more information, visit Google’s support section or the browser’s help menu.

– Safari (Manage cookies) For more information, visit Apple’s support section or the browser’s help menu. You can also manage the cookies stored on your browser with tools such as the following:

– Ghostery:

– Your online choices: Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on

If you’d like to reject Google Analytics cookies on all browsers so that none of your data is sent to Google Analytics, you can download an opt-out browser add-on at: Disabling the use of cookies on our website may reduce website functionality, limit browsability, or, in certain cases, prevent said browsing.