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A cookie is a text file that a web server can save on your computer's hard drive to store information about you as a user.  Cookies are used for various purposes, such as to store data for future visits, recognise you and avoid asking users to log in again, know which pages you visit, or save your preferences in areas that can be customised. Typically, websites use cookies to obtain statistical information about their web pages, and to analyse the behaviour of their customers/users.


Types of cookies

Cookies can be classified according to the following criteria:

Depending on who installs the cookie they can be:

  • First-party cookies: These are cookies installed by the Tenerife Island Council.
  • Third-party cookies: These are sent to your computer either from our website or by a third party, but the information collected by the cookies is managed by a third party other than the Island Council.


Depending on their retention period, cookies can be:

  • Session cookies: These last for the time you browse our website and are deleted when you finish.
  • Persistent cookies: These remain stored on your computer for a longer period of time, meaning you can store preferences without having to renew them each time you visit the website.


Depending on their purpose, cookies can be:

  • Technical cookies: These are essential and strictly necessary for the use of the various options and services offered by a website. For example, session maintenance cookies, cookies that allow security elements to be used, to share content with social networks, etc.
  • Personalisation cookies: These allow the user to choose or personalise features of the website such as language, regional configuration and browser type.
  • Analytical cookies: These are used by the website to create browsing profiles and find out user preferences in order to improve our website.
  • Advertising Cookies: These allow for the management of advertising spaces based on specific criteria. For example, the frequency of access, edited content, etc. Through the management of advertising, advertising cookies allow for the storage of behavioural information by observing habits, studying access and creating a profile of user preferences, to offer advertising related to the interests of your profile.


Cookies used on our website

The Island Council uses the following types of cookies on the Tenerife On website:

  • Technical Cookies: These allow the user to browse the website and use its functions.
  • Personalisation cookies: These allow us to know the user's preferences, such as their language.
  • Analytics cookies: These allow for counting the number of users who visit the website. These cookies make it possible to measure and analyse how users browse the website. This information allows the Island Council to continuously improve its services and the experience of the users of the website.


Cookies installed on our web domain www.tenerife.es:

Name of cookie


First- / Third-party


When is it installed?

Session cookie




When accessing the website





When accessing the website


Technical. Share content with a wide range of network platforms and shared resources. Stores an up-to-date counter of shared pages


2 years

When accessing the website


Technical. Share content with a wide range of network platforms and shared resources. Stores an up-to-date counter of shared pages


30 minutes

When accessing the website


This website, like most websites, includes functions provided by third parties.

Our website is a living website and may include new designs or services from third parties. This may occasionally change the cookie settings and may result in new cookies that are not detailed in this policy.

The third-party cookies used on www.tenerife.es installed by third-party domains are the following:



When is it installed?



More information



When browsing the website

Technical and publicity. Allows users to share a page via Facebook, Twitter, e-mail and other media. This function is provided by AddThis, which uses a cookie to collect anonymous information. AddThis may use non-personally identifiable information collected during your visits to those sites to enable other sites to post ads about goods and services that may be of interest to you.

Depends on the cookie. Up to two years

If you do not want AddThis to collect this data, go to the Data Collection Opt-Out page on the AddThis website (http://www.addthis.com/privacy/opt-out).










When opening the google map


6 months




Our websites do not control the cookies used by these third parties. For more information on cookies from social networks or other third-party websites, we advise you to review their specific cookies policies, and find out about international data transfers by these third parties.


Information and obtaining consent for installation

The Island Council will at all times endeavour to establish suitable mechanisms to obtain the user's consent for the installation of cookies when this is required. When a user accesses our website, a pop-up appears informing them of the existence of cookies and that, by continuing to browse our website, they are giving their consent for these cookies to be installed.


Configuration of cookies

The user can configure their browser to accept or reject the cookies they receive, or for the browser to warn them when a server wants to install a cookie. If certain technical cookies are disabled, some website functions may not work correctly.

Users can exclude Google Analytics"analytics and advertising" cookies from being stored on their device via the opt-out systems provided by Google Analytics.

Below, we also provide some examples of how to disable cookies:


For more information, go to the website of the Spanish Data Protection Agency, where you can find help to configure privacy settings on social networks, browsers and mobile operating systems.


Links to other websites

If the user chooses to leave our website via links to other websites not owned by us, we do not accept responsibility for the privacy policies of those websites or the cookies they may store on the user's computer.


IP addresses

Web servers may automatically detect the IP address and domain name used by users. An IP address is a number automatically assigned to a computer when it connects to the Internet. This information allows for subsequent data processing to know whether you have given your consent to the installation of cookies, to carry out statistical measurements that allow us to know the number of visits made to the website, the order of visits, the access point, etc.


Updates to our cookies policy

This policy is reviewed periodically to ensure that it is up-to-date, thus it is subject to change. We recommend that you regularly check back to the page where we will inform you of any updates to this policy.


Privacy Policy

For basic information on data protection, consult our privacy policy.