MADRID: The number of multimillionaires in Spain has seen a surge over the last few years as the recovery gains speed in their ranks.
In 2014, 508 people declared assets worth more than €30.05 million, according to data released by the Spanish Tax Agency on Tuesday.
The figures show 8% growth from the previous year, representing 37 new members in the club of the super-rich.
Spanish residents who paid the wealth tax also admitted to owning jewels, fur coats, cars, boats and aircraft worth a combined €602 million. A further €503 million is invested in art and antiques.