So, for all those plant-based Petra or meatless Mary’s, you can get your vegan pie right from Marbella!
Despite the traditional appeal of meat and dairy, the country’s vegan and vegetarian population is growing. There are currently about 5.1 million Spaniards (source: inspain.news) Vegetarians, vegans, people with flexible diets, and the movement continues. As the country relies heavily on tourism, more and more places cater to non-meat eaters. Indeed, the tendency to eat only what grows in the ground is a huge trend worldwide. Words like “plant-based” are gaining popularity, and many casual eateries now offer at least one meat-free dish. This is a welcome change from ten years ago.
If you don’t like meat, here’s a guide to enjoying your stay in Marbella.