Privacy Policy


When you visit our website, various types of information are collected, including the IP address from which you access the site, the version and type of browser used to access the site, the operating system used, the domains and the time of the request. This information does not enable us to identify the identity of the user and this is not our goal. We use the information collected for statistical purposes only, mainly to improve the content and presentation of our website. Please note that we may collect additional data, such as name, postal and email addresses and telephone number, which you provide voluntarily when browsing our site. You can also pay for and use our services using a pseudonym or anonymised data, without giving us the personal data mentioned above.


This website uses cookies to collect data for statistical purposes. Cookies are small files stored on your computer's hard drive; when you browse our site, they monitor your activity and provide us with key data to make browsing easier. If cookies are stored on your computer, you will not need to enter all the data required to access this site each time you visit it. This data enables us to personalise our website so that it corresponds to your tastes and needs; this is part of our overall efforts to offer you easy access to our pages and services. If you do not want cookies to be saved on your computer, you can use your browser settings to block cookies from our site. To find out how to configure your browser to manage cookies, please visit your browser's help centre. You can delete cookies already stored on your computer whenever you like. Please note that blocking cookies may restrict access to certain functions on our site and result in a less streamlined experience.


Unless otherwise stated in this declaration, all data that you share with us, or that we collect from you when you browse our site, will be kept confidential and will not be disclosed to third parties, except if required by law or if the data must be transmitted in order to perform the contractual relationship to which you have subscribed. Third party companies and associates, including online payment companies, will only have access to this data where necessary to process your order. In such cases, we will ensure that the framework for data transmission is kept to the agreed essential minimum. We also impose a strict data protection policy on the personal data you provide to us or that we access. By following this policy, we comply with the provisions of data protection legislation. Please note that we are not responsible for the data you provide to other service providers. We take steps only to ensure that any data about you provided by other service providers is provided in full compliance with the requirements of data protection and privacy laws as set out in our Privacy Policy.


This website uses Google Analytics, an analysis service operated by Google that helps websites understand how to personalise their pages in order to improve the user experience. This service uses cookies to track your actions, in particular the time you spend on our site and the pages you visit. Please note that none of your personal data is collected through the use of our Google Analytics account, so we are not able to identify who visits our site. To find out more about Google Analytics, visit the official page.


We use Google AdWords Remarketing for Internet advertising purposes. The AdWords remarketing programme displays relevant ads based on the pages of the site you visit. This information is collected by a cookie placed on your computer. THIS COOKIE WILL NOT IDENTIFY ANY PERSONAL DATA AND WILL NOT AUTHORISE ACCESS TO YOUR COMPUTER. Thanks to the Google AdWords Remarketing programme, we are able to personalise our marketing actions to meet your needs and display only those ads that are likely to appeal to you.


A Facebook Custom Audience Pixel is a piece of JavaScript code installed on each page of a website that collects and transmits user-defined data to Facebook's marketing programme. We use this service to collect data relating to user behaviour on our site. The information collected by the pixel includes the user's browsing session, which is sent to Facebook along with a hashed ID and the URL visited by the user. Each Facebook user has a unique Facebook ID, regardless of the device used, which helps us monitor visitors when they access our site from different types of devices. We use this data for commercial purposes and more specifically to target advertising with the Facebook advertising platform.


You will only receive advertising information via our newsletter if you authorise us to use your email address for this purpose. Our site or its subsidiaries will never send you newsletters or advertising emails if you have not subscribed to them. By subscribing to our newsletter, you can choose your areas of interest in order to receive related emails. We use this information and your personal details to send you information of interest to you. If you would prefer to unsubscribe from our newsletter or advertising emails, you can click on the unsubscribe link at the bottom of our emails.