Andalusia Live Webcams

Live webcams Andalusia shows real-time views of cities, resorts, villages, nature, ports, hotels, restaurants, beaches, and attractions of this autonomous community in the south of continental Spain. Live webcams show the weather conditions in Andalusia 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 this autonomous community. A map on this page displays the exact location of each webcam in Andalusia.

Brief information about Andalusia

Andalusia is an autonomous community in Spain, located in the south of the continental part of the country and at the southwestern tip of Europe. Andalusia borders the Spanish regions of Extremadura to the north, Castile-La Mancha to the northeast, and Murcia to the east. To the west, the autonomous community has a land border with Portugal. Andalusia is washed by the waters of the Mediterranean Sea to the south and the Atlantic Ocean to the west.

Andalusia has a population of about 8.37 million and an area of 87,268 km². Andalusia ranks 1st in population and 2nd in land area among the regions of Spain.

The administrative center of Andalusia is Seville, one of the most historical and culturally significant cities in Spain with many historical and architectural sights. Seville is located on both banks of the Guadalquivir River in the eastern part of the region, 200 km northwest of Malaga and 120 km north of Cadiz.

In Andalusia, in the Sierra Nevada mountain range, there is Mount Mulhacen with 3,479 meters height above sea level, which is the highest mountain peak in Spain and the third highest in relative height in Western Europe after Mont Blanc and Etna.

Climate in Andalusia

Andalusia has a varied climate due to its topography.

The Mediterranean climate dominates the coastal areas of the region and is characterized by hot, dry summers and mild moderately wet winters.

A continental climate, with hot, dry summers and cool winters, dominates the interior of the region, including parts of the provinces of Seville and Cordoba.

A mountainous climate is found at high altitudes in the highlands of Andalusia, such as the Sierra Nevada mountains. It is characterized by cold, snowy winters and cool, dry summers.

A desert climate is found in some parts of Almeria, especially in the Tabernas Desert. A semi-arid or desert climate prevails there, with hot temperatures and little rainfall.

Sights of Andalusia

Some of the most popular landmarks in Andalusia include: Seville Cathedral, the Royal Trail, the Picasso Museum in Malaga, the Maria Luisa Park in Seville, General Archive of the Indies, the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Baelo Claudia, located 22 km from Tarifa, the Despeñaperros Canyon, Cape Marroca near Tarifa, which is the southernmost point of continental Europe, Tabernas Castle, the Almeria Fortress in the city of Almeria, the Alhambra Palace and Fortress complex in Granada, and others.