GLITZY Marbella has crossed the threshold of 150,000 inhabitants for the first time, new figures reveal.

According to recently published data from the National Statistics Institute (INE), as of December 31, 2022, Marbella has an official population of 150,725 inhabitants.

The wave of people who move and camp in this tourist center of the Costa del Sol is largely due to the “success and opportunities offered by the city”, as announced by the municipal spokesman, Félix Romero.

Marbella has seen a growth of around 20,000 residents in nine years, in 2014 there were only around 130,000 inhabitants in the area.

By exceeding the threshold of 150,000 inhabitants, Marbella will now be entitled to an increase in the funds that the City Council receives from the State and the Board.

Although Romero insists that more funds are needed to help alleviate the additional demand for services by the ‘floating population’ that can see an exponential increase during the peak holiday months, but is not included in the official census of the town.

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