Cookies Policy

The website is designed based on the Content management system (CMS) WordPress.

1. Session Cookies
Session cookies are small text files that are sent by a website and stored on the user’s computer.
Cookies remember the user’s preferences and personalized functionality while visiting a website.
The most common example of this tracking is “the shopping cart” of online stores. When you add products to your cart, session cookies remember your personal preferences and products enabling the completion of the transaction. Otherwise, products would not be stored in the cart when you are ready to payment.
Although our website is not an online store, session cookies are used similarly. Specifically, our website uses cookies to remember all user’s options. Session cookies are automatically deleted from the user’s computer after the session expires, which occurs fifteen (15) minutes after last action. These cookies are generated by the original manufacturer (English term: “First party cookies”), i.e. they are placed and transmitted from the domain of the webpage.
The following cookies are also used for statistical purposes by third-party providers.

2. Statistics (Google Analytics)
We set these cookies at to ensure smooth operation and increase responsiveness experience. These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use i.e. time and date of visit, number of visits, landing pages of the site, duration of visit, device used (mobile phone, tablet, pc), the path you take through the site, how you arrive at the site etc.)
These cookies collect and analyze information in an anonymous form, cannot identify a natural person and are only used to compile reports and to make improvements to our site.
The website uses Google Analytics for this category of cookies.

3. Facebook Pixel
The Lawful Basis of analyzing and improving the functionality of our services is based on the use of “Facebook Pixel” provided by the social network of Facebook Inc., based on 1601 S. California Ave., Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA or, if you are an E.U. citizen, by Facebook Ireland Ltd., based on 4 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbour, Dublin 2, Ireland (“Facebook”).
Facebook Pixel is code snippet placed on our website. It allows Facebook to identify and classify our website’s visitors as a target group to optimize ads (Known as “Facebook Ads”) and remarket to people who have already taken some kind of action on our website.
We also use Facebook Pixel to promote our marketing campaigns via Facebook and targeted to Facebook users as they interact with our website and our Facebook Ads (Known as “Custom Audiences”)
Facebook Pixel also helps us to optimize marketing campaigns via Facebook, for statistical purposes and market research, ensure our ads are seen, allows us to improve our Facebook ad conversion rate, get better ROI and identify how you arrive at the site (device).
Facebook Pixel connects you directly to Facebook services when you visit our website. Facebook service is notified when you visit our website and provides this information to your Facebook personal user account.
Facebook has been certified under the “Shield protection” agreement between the EU-US (“Privacy Shield Agreement”) and therefore guarantees compliance with the laws of Europe on data protection:

For further information on the collection and use of data by Facebook, and the rights and available options on privacy protection, please refer to the Privacy Policy of Facebook: 

To find out more on Facebook Pixel and how it works, please visit the following Facebook link: 

You reserve the right to block this feature, as shown below: