The tax year in Spain runs from 1 January to 31 December. The filing period runs from early April to 30 June, although this can vary slightly from year to year.
If you spent more than six months (183 days) of the calendar year in 2020, your core economic interests or family are in Spain, then you are considered to be a tax resident of Spain. See Counting Your Days in Spain
As a tax resident, you will be liable to pay Spanish taxes on your worldwide income (and possibly your assets), and will need to file a Spanish tax return Modelo 100.
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