Alicante Live Webcams

Live webcams in Alicante show real-time views of streets, squares, hotels, restaurants, the seaport, promenades, beaches, and attractions of the second largest city in the Valencian Community in Spain. Live webcams show panoramic views of the city, the surrounding nature, and the current weather conditions in Alicante from anywhere in the world. Some of the webcams stream images with sound. The most popular webcams are located at the top of the streaming list. Each of the live webcams has an informative description and a map with its location in the city. A map on this page displays the exact location of each webcam in Alicante.

Brief information about Alicante

Alicante is a city and the capital of the province of Alicante in the Valencian Community in eastern Spain. It is the second largest city in the Valencian Community after Valencia, and the 11th largest city in Spain. It has an area of 201 km² and is home to more than 337 thousand people. Alicante is located on the Mediterranean coast, 153 km south of Valencia and 74 km northeast of Murcia, the capital of the Region of Murcia.

Climate in Alicante

Alicante has a Mediterranean arid climate, with hot, sunny summers and very warm, short winters. The average summer temperature in July and August is around +27°C, and the average winter temperature in January is around +10°C. Most precipitation falls in the fall in September and October in the form of heavy torrential rains. During the rest of the year there is little rainfall. The sun shines more than 300 days per year. The beach season here is long and lasts from mid-May to October. The high season is in the second half of June, July and August.

Alicante Sights

Alicante was founded supposedly in 230 BC and is now one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain. Alicante has a huge number of attractions, museums and beautiful green city parks.

Some of the most famous sights in Alicante include: Castle of Santa Barbara (Castell de Santa Barbara), Castle Fortress of Santa Pola (Castillo Fortaleza De Santa Pola), Castle of Biar (Castillo de Biar), Sax Castle (Castillo de Sax), Casa fortificada la Garrofera, Alicante Town Hall, Castell d’Alfofra (Castillo de Alfofra), the Port of Alicante, Santa Cruz Neighbourhood (Casco Antiguo-Santa Cruz), Alicante Promenade (Passeig Esplanada d’Espanya), Puerta del Mar Square with the Carbonell House, St. Nicholas Cathedral, and others.

Beaches in Alicante

The beaches of Alicante are one of the main attractions not only of the city, but of the entire Region of Valencia. Many of them have the prestigious Blue Flag, awarded to the best and safest beaches in the world. The beaches are spread along the entire coast of the province of Alicante and have a total length of about 200 kilometers.

The most popular beaches in the city of Alicante are: Postiguet Beach (Platja del Postiguet), San Juan Beach (Playa de San Juan), Albufereta Beach (Playa de la Albufereta), Almadraba Beach (Playa de la Almadraba), Los Saladares Beach (Playa de los Saladares), and others. In the holiday season there are a lot of vacationers. Entrance to all city beaches is absolutely free, only the use of beach infrastructure is paid.