The Canary Islands are one of the most popular tourist regions in Europe. Especially the two islands, Tenerife and La Palma, are almost synonymous with paradise, the best place to go for a vacation (of course, if the vacation is sunbathing, partying and nature excursions for us!). However, other islands such as Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria are not much behind them.
Unfortunately, we cannot always go to our dream places, be it for financial reasons (a trip to the distant Canaries is an expensive trip), or for any other reasons. However, there is a way to be able to see what is happening in different parts of the archipelago without leaving your home. It is about webcams, i.e. city cameras transmitting live images on the Internet, e.g. on the popular YouTube. Thanks to them we will see what is happening at a given moment in a specific place, what the weather is there (some cameras additionally provide meteorological data such as temperature or wind speed), what is the air quality, where it is crowded, etc. satisfy your curiosity, but also when you are on vacation – it will allow you to dress appropriately or update your sightseeing plan on an ongoing basis to avoid crowded places. Below are some of the cameras that are currently transmitting.
Lanzarote airport – online camera
Playa del Inglés in Gran Canaria – Guinness pub area – live webcam
Puerto del Carmen Beach in Lanzarote – Live Camera Online
Caldera de Taburiente, La Palma – online camera
What do you think about webcams? What other places would you like to see? Share in the comments!