Tarragona Live Webcams

Live Webcams in Tarragona stream real-time views of streets, squares, the historic center, hotels, parks, promenades, beaches, and landmarks of this city and the capital of Tarragona province in the autonomous community of Catalonia, Spain. These webcams provide panoramic views of the city, its surrounding nature, and the current weather conditions in Tarragona. The webcams stream in real-time, and some even include sound. The most popular webcams are located at the top of the streaming list. A map on this page displays the exact location of each webcam in Tarragona.

Brief Information about Tarragona

Tarragona is a city, seaport, and capital of the Tarragona province within the autonomous community of Catalonia in northeastern Spain. It is one of the resorts of the Costa Dorada coast in Catalonia. Tarragona is a popular resort city on the east coast of Spain, known for its numerous architectural and historical landmarks and the major Santa Tecla festival.

Tarragona is situated on the Mediterranean coast, 100 km (62 miles) southwest of Barcelona and 21 km (13 miles) northwest of Cambrils. The city has a population of approximately 140,200 people and covers an area of 58 km² (22 sq mi). Tarragona is the sixth-largest city in Catalonia after Barcelona, L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Terrassa, Badalona, and Sabadell.

Climate in Tarragona

The climate in Tarragona is Mediterranean, characterized by hot, dry summers and mild, humid winters. Summer temperatures typically range from +25°C to +35°C (+77°F to +95°F), while in winter, temperatures rarely drop below +8°C (+46°F). Precipitation in Tarragona occurs moderately during autumn and winter, with summers generally being dry.

The peak beach season is in July and August, when sea temperatures reach maximum values of +25°C (+77°F). The best times to visit Tarragona for outdoor activities and sightseeing are in spring and early summer (April to June) and early autumn (September to October), when the weather is moderately dry.

Attractions in Tarragona

Key attractions in the city of Tarragona include:

— The Roman Amphitheatre of Tarraco (Anfiteatro de Tarraco), built by the Romans in the 2nd century AD;

— Tarragona Cathedral (Catedral de Tarragona) in Gothic and Romanesque architectural styles, the largest Catholic cathedral in Catalonia;

— The ancient Roman aqueduct Pont del Diable (Devil’s Bridge);

— The fortified walls of Tarragona;

— The National Archaeological Museum of Tarragona;

— The Balcó del Mediterrani (Mediterranean Balcony), also known as the Balcony of Europe, offering magnificent panoramic views of the city and the Mediterranean Sea;

— El Miracle Beach (Playa El Miracle);

— Arrabassada Beach (Platja Arrabassada) and Rabassada Beach (Platja de la Rabassada).