Granada Live Webcams

Live webcams in Granada show real-time views of streets, squares, the old town, palaces, churches, hotels, restaurants, parks, and landmarks of this city and capital of the province of Granada in Andalusia in southern Spain. Live webcams show panoramic views of the city, the surrounding nature, and the weather conditions in Granada 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 Granada.

Brief information about Granada

Granada is a historic city and the capital of the province of Granada in the autonomous community of Andalusia, southern Spain. It is located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in southeastern Andalusia, 148 kilometers northeast of Malaga and 250 kilometers east of Seville.

Granada is a major tourist destination in Spain, with millions of tourists visiting the city every year. It is well known for its stunning architecture, rich cultural heritage and the famous Alhambra Palace. The city has a population of around 232,250 and an area of 88 km².

Climate in Granada

Granada has a Mediterranean climate with continental features, characterized by hot, dry summers and cold, dry winters. The local climate is strongly influenced by the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The city’s altitude and mountainous surroundings play a significant role in shaping the climate.

The city experiences frequent temperature swings. Summers are often very hot with temperatures reaching +35 °C and above. Summers are cool when temperatures can drop to around 0°C. Daytime temperatures usually range from +7°C to +15°C.

Landmarks of Granada

Granada’s main attractions include: the Alhambra Palace, the Nasrid Palace, the Lion’s Court (Patio de los Leones) within the Alhambra complex, the Granada Cathedral, the Generalife Gardens (Jardines del Generalife), the 45 meter high the Comares Tower (Torre de Comares), which is the tallest of the Alhambra’s surviving towers, the Royal Chapel, the Basilica of San Juan de Dios, the Granada Charterhouse (Spanish: Cartuja de Granada), the Arab Quarter of Albaycin, the Arab Baths of Granada, the Sierra Nevada National Park and others.

The list of webcams in Granada is updated regularly. Sometimes webcam broadcasts may be interrupted for an indefinite period of time.