What is a cookie?
A cookie, under the HTTP communication protocol used on the Internet, is a small computer file or packet of data sent by a website to the user's browser when the user visits the site. Each time the user visits the site again, the browser sends the cookie back to the server to notify you of previous user activity. Cookies are designed to be a trusted mechanism for sites to remember user activity information, such as saved passwords, items added to the shopping cart in an online store, links that were previously clicked, and more. This improves navigation, increasing the efficiency of the response.
The cookies we use also recognize repeated visitors on the site and attempt to record specific information, trends, and navigation patterns. This information helps Villas identify the behavior and needs of our customers by allowing us to tailor our marketing, offerings and information that may be useful to you.