After the distribution of the initial parking vouchers, thanks to the agreement between the Association of Merchants and Professionals of the Casco Antiguo de Marbella (ACOPROCAMAR) and TELPARK, the company responsible for the administration of the Central Market Parking in Marbella, the distribution has continued among associated businesses. This allows residents of Marbella to acquire 1-hour parking vouchers with purchases exceeding 10 euros.

The recipients of this second batch have been the businesses “Aires D Pacific,” “Gold Mine Dog,” “Gipsy Marbella,” “la Nieta de Margarita,” “la Gota del Té,” “The Bravery,” “Farmacia Lda C. Díaz Gil,” “Tatín,” “Cayetana Baby,” “Dulce,” and “Farmacia Diego Roldan Pérez.” All located in the Casco Antiguo de Marbella, enabling their customers to request this discount with their upcoming purchases. With these, there are now more than 25 businesses benefiting from the agreement, and the vouchers will continue to be distributed in the coming days to reach every corner of our town.

Thus, the distribution of the 2,225 vouchers acquired by the Association of Merchants and Professionals of the Casco Antiguo de Marbella (ACOPROCAMAR) from TELPARK continues, aiming to advance another project focused on establishing synergies and collaboration between entities and businesses in Marbella. The goal is mutual support and strengthening through this project, which is part of the “Building City” plan. It seeks to benefit collaborating entities, especially small businesses, families, and citizens of Marbella, who will always be the priority of the Association of Merchants of the Casco Antiguo de Marbella.


The agreement is encompassed within the framework of collaboration with the Territorial Delegation of the Ministry of Employment, Business, and Autonomous Work of Málaga of the Junta de Andalucía. This is in accordance with the Subsidy Order dated July 7, 2021, in which the regulatory framework for competitive subsidy grants was approved. These grants are intended to promote commercial and artisanal associationism, revitalize small urban commerce, and promote the craftsmanship of Andalusia. On December 30, 2022, the resolution for this 2023 subsidy was published in the Official Gazette of the Junta de Andalucía (BOJA).