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Managing Cookies

The information below will help you better understand the role of cookies and the use of tools to configure them. This is general information that applies in part to our website.


A cookie is a text file stored on the hard drive of your computer, tablet, or mobile phone while you browse a website.

Its purpose is to assist your navigation, offer you personalised services for as long as the cookies are valid by collecting information as you consult websites.

You can configure your cookies using your internet browser.

You have the choice of whether or not to activate these cookies on your computer (see below).

The cookies recorded by a website or a third party when you visit a website cannot personally identify you as an individual; instead, they only recognize the devise that you are using.

Cookies do not cause damage of any kind to your device.. They allow you to benefit from certain features of a website (for example, they allow you to make reservations and return to pages where you have searched for something.

They also help the publisher keep the website secure, they remember your preferences, and they personalise content).

You must accept cookies to fully use a website on your computer, tablet, or mobile phone. Some technical cookies are necessary for a website to function correctly. Deleting them may lead to difficulty navigating the site and will make it impossible to sign up for offers online. There are different types of cookies used on websites

1 -TECHNICAL COOKIES (including cookies for counting visitors).

These cookies are necessary for a website to function correctly. Examples of technical cookies include those used to know whether you are connected to the customer area or the reserved area and those for managing your selection of products or services. Websites may also use cookies for statistics and information to determine the number of visitors, sections visited, etc. This information may also help the publisher identify possible bugs on the site, correct them, and make appropriate suggestions.


On some websites, there are applications that let you publicize or share our content with other people, especially on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Pinterest, and more. Even if you have not used these the sharing buttons or apps, it is possible that social networks are tracking your browsing if your account or session is activated on your computer at that time.

We advise you to find out more about the methods and policies regarding site data protection for social networks.


These are cookies from companies other than the one that owns the website, though they are often business partners or providers of targeted advertising

The party responsible for the website has no power over these cookies, which are managed by other companies

Only the publisher of the cookie can read or modify the information from the cookie

A website with advertising partners is likely to provide them information relating to your purchases and products viewed if that is the case.

These companies must agree to keep that data confidential under the law relating to IT and freedom from 6 January 1978.


These cookies are meant to improve the user’s experience and facilitate their searches by proposing products and deals in line with their interests. They are not necessary for browsing. Examples of these cookies include those for displaying individualised banners outside of our website and systems for recommending products (last product viewed, you may also like, etc.).


If you do not accept cookies on your computer, tablet, or mobile device, it may limit the features of a website (for example, depending on your browser, for some online stores, you may not be able to freely browse the whole website or you may not be able to add items to your shopping cart and purchase them).

By configuring your browser, you may at any time and for any reason decide to activate or deactivate the cookies on your computer.

With this flexible set up, you can choose to accept or reject all cookies or consider them on a case-by-case basis. Rejecting all cookies on your computer may cause problems when browsing websites.

To deactivate cookies in your browser, you can consult the following pages:

Internet explorer

For other browsers, please consult information you have received about that browser or online guides


Third-party cookies are not recorded by the site you are visiting.

Consequently, we suggest consulting the websites for the third party to obtain more information about the cookies they use and how they manage them.


To learn more about cookies, you can visit the CNIL website.