Seville / Spain

Best Seville Vegan Guide: Where to Eat & Explore

Updated January 31, 2024

I always confuse people (other Americans) when I call the sunny Spanish city Seville Sevilla. Technically, both are correct. Seville is the English pronunciation and spelling, and Sevilla is the Spanish pronunciation and spelling. Americans tend to butcher the beautiful pronunciations of things; ask the French. I can’t bring myself to call it Seville. It doesn’t have the same energy or spirit that such a marvelous city deserves. Seville sounds like a piano out of tune.

By now, it’s evident that I am smitten with this lovely city.

Sevilla is the capital of Andalusia in the south of beautiful Spain. It is well known for its culture, artistic beauty, and traditions, including flamenco. Whether you say, Seville or Sevilla, this vegan travel guide will help you plan your entire trip! From tasting tapas at excellent vegan restaurants and delicious cakes at local bakeries to things to do and much more.

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Tip: The summer is HOT. We enjoyed the weather in January, which averaged around 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The weather in Sevilla was a delight, but those who live in the city find it quite cold in January!

Vegan & Vegetarian Restaurants in Seville (Sevilla)

You will find a great diversity of vegan options throughout Seville, from traditional Spanish tapas to greasy vegan junk food and everything in between.


Mercado del Arenal, Calle Pastor y Landero, S/N, 41001 Sevilla, Spain
This hip vegan spot is located in the bustling Mercado del Arenal — a great market right in the heart of Seville. If you’ve been craving cheesy pizza, loaded hamburgers, or a traditional Spanish omelet, you’ve come to the right place!

a large vegan burrito cut in half and covered with a dark sauce sitting on top of a bed of lettuce at veganitessan in seville
Credit: Veganitessen


Carretera de Carmona n°10 local 3, 41008 Sevilla, Spain
This cute little vegan café has a daily menu of healthy salads, sandwiches, and other globally-inspired fare. They also have a great lineup of sweets, many of which are gluten-free.

a vegan salad topped with chickpeas and a creamy dressing next to a roasted eggplant at Verdetariano in seville
Credit: Verdetariano

Vegan Rock

Calle Rockero Silvio, 41011 Sevilla, Spain
Outside the tourist haunts, you’ll find this quaint vegan tapas bar. You’ll find all the traditional Spanish favorites veganized, from papas bravas to omelets. The menu is also well-marked for allergens.

Thank You, Mother

Av. de la Filosofía, 40-44, 41927 Mairena del Aljarafe, Sevilla, Spain
You’ll be thanking someone after one visit here! This vegan breakfast and lunch café gets a standing ovation for its lineup of healthy and comfort food favorites. You’ll find everything from well-balanced Buddha bowls to bowls of rich and creamy pasta.

large vegan buddha bowl filled with broccoli, greens, beans and hummus at thank you mother in seville
Credit: Thank You, Mother


7, Correduría, 41003 Sevilla, Spain
This small vegan takeaway spot (there are only a couple of bar stools) is a great spot for a quick lunch or dinner. Their menu includes a terrific lineup of burgers, sandwiches, and a little Spanish infusion.

large vegan black bean burger with cheese, tomato, and arugula at vegani in seville
Credit: Vegani

Vegan-Friendly Restaurants in Seville

These two restaurants might not be fully vegan or vegetarian but they have amazing options that are worth checking out.

El Rincón de Beirut

Calle San Fernando, 21, 41004 Sevilla, Spain
No matter where you are, Middle Eastern cuisine is always a terrific, vegan-friendly option! The lineup at El Rincon has all the favorites — grape leaves, falafel, hummus, and more.

a vegan spread of crispy brown falafel, a bowl of golden french fries and a salad in the background at el rincon de beruit in seville
Credit: El Rincon de Beirut


Callejón Golfo, 3, 41004 Sevilla, Spain
This warm and inviting spot serves delicious Caribbean-inspired cuisine with fantastic vegan options! You’ll find so many options that you might want to come more than once.

Vegan Breakfast & Brunch Spots in Seville

If you were worried about not finding spots with vegan pancakes or fruity smoothie bowls in Seville, worry no more!

Milk Away

Perez Galdos, 32, 41004, Seville
This lively vegan-friendly café is the place to go for your fix of fruity bowls! Whether you want a cool and refreshing acai bowl or a warm bowl of porridge, they’ve got it here. They also serve lunch options.

two vegan smoothie bowls next to each other covered in fresh fruit and next to a purple smoothie at milk away in seville
Credit: Milk Away

Ananas Coffee & Brunch

C. Pirineos, 3, 41018 Sevilla, Spain
What more could you need besides coffee and brunch? Ananas gets right to what you need with their healthy daily breakfast menu. You’ll find bagel sandwiches, savory and sweet bowls, and more. The menu is well-marked.


C. Prta de la Carne, 7a, 41004 Sevilla, Spain
The vegan-friendly menu at this little café can help you kick off every day with superfood smoothies, fresh juices, smoothie bowls, and house-made baked goods. 

beautiful smoothie bowl with large slices of fruit sticking out of it next to a green juice on a patio table at jester in seville
Credit: Jester


Mercado del Arenal, Calle Pastor y Landero, S/N, 41001 Sevilla, Spain
This vegan junk food spot has a fantastic Saturday brunch menu that features a mix of globally inspired breakfast plates — English, Nordic, Spanish, and more! They also have a massive selection of toasts featuring their freshly baked bread.

an overhead shot of a vegan brunch plate with fruit and salad, a purple smoothie and a muffin wrapped in a paper liner from veganitessan in seville
Credit: Veganitessen

Biomio Brunch Ecológico

C. Mateos Gago, 9B, 41004 Sevilla, Spain
All things breakfast and brunch are happening at this vegan-friendly spot. Their local and seasonally focused menu features toasts with house-made bread, bagel sandwiches, vegan yogurt bowls, and more.

Thank You, Mother

Av. de la Filosofía, 40-44, 41927 Mairena del Aljarafe, Sevilla, Spain
Every day this fun little vegan café has berry-filled bowls, stacks of golden pancakes, house-made baked goods, and more.

three small golden vegan pancakes on a white plate next to syrup and butter at thank you mother in seville
Credit: Thank You, Mother

Vegan & Vegan-Friendly Bakeries & Ice Cream in Seville

These vegan and vegan-friendly bakeries throughout Seville have everything from decadent cakes to creamy ice cream! Many have terrific gluten-free options too!


Mercado del Arenal, Calle Pastor y Landero, S/N, 41001 Sevilla, Spain
What can’t this vegan hot spot do? Veganitessen started as a sweets shop in 2009 and expanded its food options shortly after. They still offer loads of cakes and sweets, including gluten-free options. 

round, golden brown vegan coconut pastry topped with grilled pineapple at veganitessen in seville
Credit: Veganitessen


Pl. Jesús de la Pasión, 8, 41004 Sevilla, Spain
This vegan-friendly bakery has a jaw dropping lineup of vegan sweets — cakes, cronuts, cookies, chocolate, and more! Everything is house-made and they have gluten-free options too.

a small vegan chocolate layer cake with white cream in the middle and on top and topped with cherries and chocolate
Credit: Chok

La Mar de Dulces

Mercado de las Palmeritas puesto nº8, Calle Beatriz de Suabia s/n, 41005 Sevilla, Spain
The vegan options at this spot started as an experiment and have been so popular that they’re still being offered three years later. You’ll find a great selection of sweets that rotate regularly. 

La Vegana Sevilla

C. Salado, 11, Local 17, 41010 Sevilla, Spain
If you’re vegan and gluten-free or need a sugar-free treat, don’t miss a stop at this bakery! They offer a fantastic selection of beautiful cakes, donuts, cookies, tarts, and more.

large round vegan cake covered in white frosting and cookie crumb on top with a slice being cut out at la vegana in seville
Credit: La Vegana Sevilla

Heladería Puro & Bio

C/ Asunción, 48, 41011 Sevilla, Spain
No worries about being stuck with just sorbet at this spot! Their handmade vegan options include pistachio, coffee, ginger and cinnamon, and much more!


Multiple locations throughout Seville
This European gelato chain is always a safe bet for multiple creamy and fruity vegan options, including decadent chocolate to sweet blueberry and acai.

Vegan Market in Seville

Red Verde

C. San Luis, 46, 41003 Sevilla, Spain
If you’re planning to do a little cooking or want to check out Spanish vegan products, come to Red Verde. This small natural food store has a great selection of veggies, along with vegan cheese, meat, chocolate, and more.

four jars of vegan sauces stacked on top of each other in front of a red verde market sign in seville
Credit: Red Verde

Where to Stay in Seville

Sadly there isn’t a vegan hotel in Seville yet, but these two hotels are great options!

Patio De La Alameda

Plaza, Alameda de Hércules, 56, 41002 Sevilla, Spain
This charming little hotel isn’t right in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the city, but it was close enough! It is right on the edge of the Hercules Plaza surrounded by many cafes and shops and is only a 15-minute walk to many of the main attractions and about a 20-minute bus ride from the train station. They also have apartment-style rooms which is great if you want to make any of your own food or have a larger group. I would definitely stay here again.

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the center courtyard with red walls and a patio along the rooms at Patio De La Alameda in sevilla
Credit: Patio De La Alameda

Lukanda Mariana

Calle Mariana de Pineda, 10, Seville, 41004, Sevilla, Spain
If you want to be right in the heart of the action, check out the mix of rooms and suites at this modern hotel. On top of being centrally located, they also provide guests cruelty-free toiletries from Instituto Español.

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bright guest room with light colored walls and bedding and wood framed windows at Lukanda Mariana in seville
Credit: Lukanda Mariana

What to do in Seville

Take a vegan food tour

Want to sample vegan tapas and check out all of the best spots in Seville with a local guide? Well, you can! Seville Vegan Tours offers options to explore plant-based tapas at multiple places throughout town and a tapas and flamenco show tour! This is an excellent opportunity to sample fantastic food and chat with a local about the vegan scene in Seville.  

Spanish Tapas in Seville

See the Royal Real Alcazar

The Real Alcázar is a complex of Spanish Royal Palaces and is a must-see! It is a beautiful example of mudéjar architecture — a mix of Muslim and Christian influences. The palaces and gardens were built in the seventh century and occasionally still host the Royal Family when they are in Seville. Most recently, the Real Alcázar had a brush with fame after being featured in Game of Thrones. You can explore the palace and the beautiful gardens, but I suggest buying an audio guide. This is also a very popular site; purchase tickets ahead of time to avoid waiting in a long line or paying for a guided tour.

Stroll through the Parque de María Luisa & Plaza de España

The park and Plaza de España were built for the 1929 world fair and since have remained a popular spot for visitors. The Plaza features beautiful mosaic tile work, a canal, and a fountain. The architect, Aníbal González wanted to spotlight Spain’s technological and artistic achievements with a detailed design. The park and the plaza are beautiful places for an afternoon stroll or to take a break. There are two notable museums inside the park: The Museum of Arts and Traditions of Seville and the Archeological Museum of Seville.

side view  of the river and bridge in the plaza de espana on a cloudy day in seville

Don’t miss the beautiful Catedral de Sevilla & La Giralda

The eye-catching Catedral can’t be missed — with more than 40 chapels; it is the fourth-largest church in the world and the largest Gothic church. The church was built on the site of a former mosque — what remains of it makes up La Giralda tower. It is the largest landmark in Seville, and it is worth climbing the 40 ramps to the top for a bird’s eye view of the city. If you’re interested in learning more about the cathedral, I suggest you take a guided tour.

Explore Barrio de Santa Cruz

The Barrio was the city’s Jewish quarter until the late 15th century. The winding cobblestone streets are filled with shops, cafes, and more. A bonus to the neighborhood is that it remains shady, so if you’re visiting during the summer, it is a good place to take a break from the hot sun. Visitors are encouraged to grab a map because it’s easy to get lost in the winding streets, or follow a self-guided walking tour of Seville! If you enjoy nightlife, one of the best bars in Seville is near this neighborhood, La Carbonería.

Seville Narrow Streets

See a Flamenco show

Since Andalucía is the birthplace of Flamenco, there is no better place to catch a show. Flamenco is a cultural blend of passionate movement and sound that tells a story of either sadness, joy, or love. There are many Flamenco tablaos throughout the city — some very large and others more intimate. Check out Tablao El Arenal or for a more in depth look into the history of flamenco take a tour! Another fun idea to consider is taking a Flamenco lesson!

Tip: Seville is well connected by high-speed trains operated by Renfe. It is easy to reach other major cities like Madrid and Barcelona by train — something to think about when you’re planning your trip.

Want to Explore More of Spain & Europe?

If you’re thinking about exploring more of Europe, you should! You’ll find plenty of vegan-friendly spots and all of these guides and articles will help you plan your adventure.

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The Perfect Vegan Travel Guide to Madrid
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About Author

Rebecca is the founder of the vegan travel company Veggies Abroad. In 2021, she bid her 15-year career goodbye and ventured into the world of ethical business with the launch of a vegan travel blog (the one you’re reading!). As the blog flourished, Rebecca expanded her vision to encompass personalized travel planning services and launched Veggies Abroad's inaugural vegan tour to Thailand, marking the beginning of many more eco-conscious, plant-powered adventures to come. Follow her adventures on Instagram or Facebook @veggiesabroad