Where parking is restricted it will be indicated by a 'Blue Zone' sign. Most restrictions stop for twelve hours from 8 pm.
You can park in blue zones for up to two hours. This parking is usually payable, either by parking meter or ticket machine, some of which take card payment. Paid parking can be also be found in municipal garages and dusty lots.
Local wardens enforce parking regulations. Your car can be towed or ticketed. If it's towed you'll need to pay a release fee, the parking fine and a parking charge for its time at the pound.
International disabled badges are recognised in Spain and entitle you to the same benefits as in the UK except that where parking is prohibited, you must seek the consent of a traffic warden to park there.