There is often some confusion around this so let’s set the record straight.
Just because you have your “residencia” doesn’t necessarily mean you have to pay tax here.
If you reside here for more than 183 days of the year, you’re considered a fiscal tax resident and are obligated to declare taxes on the island where you’re registered. However, this can change every year, depending on how much time you’ve spent on the islands.
If you have a business or are a self-employed freelancer established here, it’s another matter. A business is always taxed in the place where it’s established, so you will declare taxes here for that no matter where you actually spend your time.