Cookies policy


Users of the website are entitled to be informed about the cookies being used and installed in their browsers. The current law on e-commerce requires those in charge of the websites to comply with the principle of “transparency”, so that Users can determine, clearly and accurately, the impact on their privacy when they browse around the website or use the services available in it.

The pop-up notification that must be included in the home page of the website is shown below. The pop-up notification shall not be disabled until the User accepts the cookies policy. The pop-up notification shall be linked to the “cookies policy” document that is included in point 2 of this document:


Your specific consent is required before the cookies can be installed in the browser unless the cookies are: Needed to make browsing easier and/or to use the security measures required to guarantee the confidentiality, integrity and the availability of the information.

They are essential to supply the service that you have specifically requested.

As for the other cookies that we use in our website, if you give your consent by accepting the pop-up notification that informs you about our cookies policy, we will be able to use them for the purposes mentioned in this policy.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that is downloaded and stored in the User’s computer terminal (Pc/smartphone/tablet/etc.) when they visit a website. There are different types of cookies and they are used for very different purposes. For example, cookies can be used to recall the language chosen, to customize the website, recall the User’s login, recall elements of an order, use security elements, share content in social media, recall the User’s browser to improve the efficiency, geolocation, analyze visits and the User’s behavior in the website, supply customized advertising, as well as to monitor the User’s movements in the website and compile usage profiles.

What type of cookies are there?

In general, there are two types of cookies: the session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are created temporarily, so that once you leave the website, the session cookies are automatically deleted. Persistent cookies are stored in your device and they are reactivated when you visit the specific web page that created them again. Persistent cookies are stored in the subfile of the browser for as long as the file has been programmed to last.

The cookies can also be the website’s own cookies or third-party cookies. The website’s own cookies have been created by us and we have control over them when it comes to how they are used and deleting them. Third party cookies are created by entities that provide us with services, such as analyze the traffic in our website, play videos of third parties or hook up with social networking sites etc. We would like to inform you that we have no control over these cookies or the privacy policies of their creators. Below there is a table showing the cookies used in our website. If you have any questions about these cookies you should contact their creator following the links shown (this is regardless of your right to disable the cookies whenever it is deemed necessary).

Who might have access to the cookies?

Only the entity or the company that has created the cookies has access to them.

What information can a cookie obtain?

Cookies can obtain very different types of information, by way of example, but not limited to, the cookies can obtain information about:

  • IP of the User.
  • Website of Origin.
  • Term used in the browsers to access the website.
  • Places visited on the website.
  • Products chosen.
  • Content of the registration or order forms.
  • Session ID.

Information about your browser and device, operating system, speed of the connection and the display settings.

What cookies are used in this website?

The website’s own cookies used are as follows:

Session cookies: to guarantee that the Users who write comments in the blog are humans and not automated comments. This is how we fight spam.

This website uses the following third-party cookies:

Google Analytics: It stores cookies to be able to compile statistics on the traffic and the volume of visits to this website. When you visit this website, you are assumed to agree to Google processing the information about you. Therefore, you must get directly in touch with Google if you want to exercise any right associated with this.

Social media: Each social networking site uses its own cookies so that you can click on the I like or Share buttons.

How can I disable the cookies?

Users can select the operational cookies or decide to disable them in the following way: By configuring the browser:

By using the specific opt-out systems stated by the owners of the cookies. Other third-party tools available online, which enable users to detect the cookies in each website that they visit and disable them.

Third party responsibility.

Bear in mind that we cannot be held responsible for the content, accuracy and the fulfillment of third-party privacy policies. Consequently, if you decide to browse around our website accepting the third party cookies, it is assumed that you are aware of this and that you release Bizibilbaocycletours SL from any responsibility, directly or indirectly, for any damage, loss caused or interference in your privacy by third party companies.

Este sitio web utiliza cookies para que usted tenga la mejor experiencia de usuario. Si continúa navegando está dando su consentimiento para la aceptación de las mencionadas cookies y la aceptación de nuestra política de cookies.

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