Carnota beachLa Coruña , Spain
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Panoramic PTZ webcam shows the picturesque Carnota Beach (Playa de Carnota). It is the longest beach in Galicia, stretching for 7 km. Carnota seaside, demonstrating in live camera, located on Monte Pindo Mountain in the province of A Coruña.
As can be clearly seen in the webcam, Carnota beach is surrounded by mountains, dunes and swamps, creating an amazingly beautiful landscape in a live broadcast.
Carnota Beach online, is the true jewel of the Death Coast (costa de la Muerte), which has bad fame due to the rocky headlands and reefs led to hundreds ships crash.
The province of Galicia, where the Carnota beach zone shown in a webcam is located, is rich in high cliffs, deep lakes, picturesque mountain villages, magnificent beaches near the Ferrol and A Coruña bays.
Galicia is washed by the Atlantic Ocean, the Bay of Biscay, the Miño River, and also has a borders with Portugal and the Spanish provinces of Castile and Leon and Asturias. The capital of the region is Santiago de Compostela. Other major cities are: Vigo and La Coruña, where there is also an online broadcast on the Baltic Live Cam website.
The coast of Galicia is decorated with picturesque bays and capes, which also fall into the lens of this webcam.
Traveling around Galicia, it is worth visiting the world’s oldest lighthouse, the Hercules Tower, located in the north of La Coruña and the Roman walls of Lugo fortress.
The capital of Galicia, Santiago de Compostela deserves special attention. It appeared around the Santiago Cathedral with Apostle Saint James relics. The old part of the cathedral in 1985 was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The historical center of Santiago de Compostela is a single architectural ensemble. An amazing sculptural fountain is located on Jewelers Square (Plaza de Platerias). Noteworthy are the Benedictine monastery of the 11th century, the church of Santo Domingo, the Castle da Rocha Forte on Obradoiro Square and the convent with the craft museum.
In Santiago de Compostela there is a legendary pilgrimage path of “The Way of St. James”, the end point of which is the Apostle St. James grave in Santiago de Compostela. This road was passed by Francis of Assisi, Isabella of Castile, Paolo Coelho and other famous personalities.
Galicia, whose coast shows a live webcam, is considered the greenest and most ecologically clean region of Spain with many thermal springs. Galicia has moderately hot summer with an average temperature of +26 C +34 C. Winter is mild and rainy with an average air temperature of +8 C +14 C.
Weather forecast in Galicia for 7 days is available on our website online.