MARBELLA is leading the way in the Costa del Sol’s financial recovery, according to Mayor Angeles Munoz.
A recent report reveals that Marbella is in pole position with new businesses and property sales looking healthy and unemployment rates dropping.
She’s not the only one to have high hopes for Marbella, with the Wall Street Journal stating the city now resembles southern California more than it does southern Spain.
The article puts the 600,000 yearly visits to ‘ritzy, sun-soaked’ Marbella down to ‘it’s welcoming microclimate’ and notes a buyer demographic that is shifting towards the higher end – and choosing to live there all year round.
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