La Palma Island Live Webcams

Live webcams on La Palma Island stream real-time views of cities, towns, nature, coastline, bays, beaches, and attractions on this island in the Atlantic Ocean, part of the Canary Islands archipelago belonging to Spain. The webcams show current weather conditions on La Palma right now. Some webcams also offer sound. Popular webcams are listed at the top of the streaming list. Each live webcam has an informative description and a map showing its location on the island. A map on this page displays the exact location of each webcam on La Palma.

Brief Information about La Palma

La Palma Island is one of the islands in the Canary Islands archipelago, located in the Atlantic Ocean off the northwest coast of Africa and belonging to Spain. The island is part of the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. La Palma is the most northwestern island in the Canary archipelago, situated approximately 170 km (105 miles) northwest of Tenerife. La Palma has about 87,000 inhabitants and an area of 708.3 km² (273.5 sq mi).

The administrative center of La Palma is Santa Cruz de La Palma, located on the eastern coast of the island. Santa Cruz de La Palma, along with Santa Cruz de Tenerife, is one of the two capitals of the Canary Islands autonomous community.

The largest cities on La Palma include Santa Cruz de La Palma, Los Llanos de Aridane, El Pueblo, and Los Canarios.

Popular resorts on La Palma: Puerto Naos, known for its black sand beach, Los Cancajos, and Tazacorte.

Climate on La Palma Island

The climate on La Palma is tropical trade-wind, with moderate temperatures year-round, featuring both dry and wet seasons. Summer temperatures range from 20°C to 28°C (68°F to 82°F). Summers are generally dry and sunny, making it the best time for beach and outdoor activities on La Palma. Winter is comfortable with moderate temperatures ranging from 15°C to 23°C (59°F to 73°F).

The wet season on La Palma lasts from November to February, during which the island receives the most rainfall. The dry season lasts from May to September.

Attractions of La Palma Island

The main attractions on La Palma include:

La Caldera de Taburiente National Park (Parque Nacional de la Caldera de Taburiente) in the center of the island, known for its massive crater, 8 km (5 miles) in diameter and up to 2 km (1.2 miles) deep, and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Roque de los Muchachos Observatory, located on the highest peak of the island, offering breathtaking views of the night sky.

Los Tilos Nature Reserve with ancient laurel trees and waterfalls, also a UNESCO World Heritage site.

San Antonio Volcano on the southern part of the island, featuring lunar landscapes, hiking trails, and panoramic views of the island.

The old town of Santa Cruz de La Palma with its vibrant colonial-style buildings, narrow streets, and historic churches.

Puerto Naos Beach with its black volcanic sand on the western coast of the island.

The picturesque village of Tazacorte with banana plantations and a black sand beach.

The list of webcams is regularly updated. New webcams are added, and non-working ones are fixed. Sometimes webcam broadcasts may be interrupted for an indefinite period.