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Cookies Policy

MAPFRE uses its own and third-party cookies to authenticate your user session, perform statistical analyses, display content that is useful to you, and improve and customize certain services by analyzing your browsing habits.

Please read this Cookie Policy carefully to learn how MAPFRE uses cookies responsibly and about the options available to you to configure your browser and manage cookies.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small data files that are created on a user’s computer and that allow us to know how frequently they visit, the content they choose most, and the security elements that may be involved in controlling access to restricted areas. They also display advertising based on criteria predefined by MAPFRE and activated by the cookies used by that company or by third parties providing such services on behalf of MAPFRE.

In general, cookies can be classified in the following ways:

  • Based on when they expire:
    • Session cookies: These expire when the browsing session ends.
    • Persistent cookies: These do not expire when the browsing session ends.
  • Based on their source:
    • Origin: These are activated by the website you are visiting.
    • Third-party cookies: These are activated by other websites.
  • Based on their purpose:
    • Technical cookies: these allow proper navigation and use of the various services.
    • Personalization cookies: these allow access to a service with the user’s pre-defined characteristics.
    • Analytical cookies: these track and analyze the behavior of a website’s users.
    • Advertising cookies: these are used for managing advertising spaces.
    • Behavioral advertising cookies: these are also used for managing advertising spaces. They store information about the behavior of the users.


You can find more information at https://cookiepedia.co.uk/giving-consent-to-cookies

Who accesses the information from cookies?

The information stored in own cookies is used by MAPFRE.

International data transfers may be made to third-party countries. These transfers will be made to countries where there is no suitability decision by the European Commission only when they are essential for the fulfillment of the stated purposes.

Can cookies be deactivated?

Except in the case of analytical cookies, the use of cookies does have an effect on user privacy, because it is usually possible to associate their contents with the IP address of the user’s Internet connection or other personal data, such as information provided to a website voluntarily.

We respect your privacy, so you can choose not to allow the installation of some types of cookies easily and at any time in our .

If a user wishes to disable all the cookies, or delete the cookies that have been stored on their computer, they can do so using the tools their browser provides for these purposes.

The following links provide details on how to do so, depending on your browser:

If the user does not accept cookies or subsequently rejects them, some of the website’s functionalities may be affected.

Changes and updates to the Cookies Policy

This Cookie Policy may be modified to adapt it to new legislative requirements, instructions, and recommendations issued by regulators and others.

It is therefore recommended that users should periodically review the Cookie Policy.