Spanish stock market index Ibex 35 fell 2.22 percent on Monday to close at 10,540.10 points after the referendum in Greece, down from the 10,779.80 points of Friday.
Bankia shares led rises losing 3.73 percent, followed by ACS, ArcelorMittal, BBVA, FCC and Bankinter that lost 3.62 percent, 3.28 percent, 3.25 percent, 3.22 percent and 3.04 percent respectively.
On the other hand, only Indra A shares and Aena shares rose, climbing 1.45 percent and 0.44 percent respectively.
Spain's risk premium rose from the 144.30 points of Friday to 161 points in early trading to fall slightly to 160.30 points by the end of the session.
Spain's 10-year bond interest rate stood at 2.367 percent on Monday closing time, slightly above the 2.23 percent of Friday.