Just as a helpful tip.
To avoid trouble for yourself.
When you put up your really nice Spanish postbox, don’t add your name and address to it.
All you are doing is giving someone ammunition to denuncio you for anything because you are providing your name and address.
This is not a good idea. All someone needs to denuncio you is your name and address.
Whoever delivers your post shouldn’t need to see your name and address on the post-box anyway. They should know who you are and where you live.
Would you put your name and address on a post-box in the UK?
No. Because you just have a letter-box in the door and a house name/number.
Take care if you buy a house in Spain. I am writing this because someone British we know, who lives in Spain, has received a denuncia and doesn’t even know why.
He needs to appear in a Spanish police station and answer the charge that he doesn’t understand.
It also happens to our Spanish neighbours. Our neighbour out the back received a denuncia for her goats and chickens. Apparently she didn’t have finca papers.
Our Spanish neighbours don’t publish their names and some of them still get victimised. Keep your name to yourself.
Edited to add that a denuncia is a formal complaint to the local police which has to be investigated. I suppose the nearest English equivalent word is to denounce someone, but it doesn’t really carry the same weight in English so everyone just tends to use the Spanish words.