What are cookies?

Cookies are small files placed on your computer or your mobile phone browser by websites that you visit. Cookies are used widespread for websites to function, to enhance the user experience as well as to share certain information with the owner of a website.

Visitors have the choice to configure their browser to either accept all cookies, to reject them or to inform them when a cookie is used. Rejecting cookies can however have the consequence that certain personalised services cannot be offered to the visitor or that the website will not function properly anymore, which can result in not being able to use all features of the website.

If you wish to reject all or certain cookies, you need to adapt your browser settings. Given that every browser is different, we advise you to check the ‘Help’-menu of your browser to see how you can change your preferences regarding cookies.

Which cookies do we use on this website?

We currently only use the following cookies:

  • Technically necessary cookies:
    These cookies are required to enable core site functionality and cannot be disabled or rejected. These cookies only stay active during your session on our website and are deleted by your browser as soon as you log out.

    We use the following technically necessary cookies:

    NamePlaced byDescriptionActive during
    <random_guid> Interreg Atlantic Area stores the user session unique identifier session


  • Google analytics:
    The cookies are required to record the user statistics when using our website.
    These cookies are external cookies and you can update your options by clicking this link.

This website uses cookies and similar technologies to support and improve the user experience. More information in our cookies policy. Please accept or reject using the buttons on the side.