Webcam Gran Canaria
The island of Gran Canaria belongs to the archipelago of the Canary Islands. It is located off the west coast of Africa, but politically it belongs to Spain and therefore to the EU. This makes it a popular destination for friends of partying, sunbathing, nature parks or the annual world-famous carnival. With our webcam Gran Canaria you can take a look at the sunny island at any time and find out in real time what the weather is like. So you can not only get that South Seas feeling at home, but also plan your next vacation perfectly.
Gran Canaria is a round island of 1560 square kilometers and thus the third largest of the Canary Islands. The island is of volcanic origin and is characterized in the center by high mountains such as the Morro de la Agujereada and the Roque Nublo (landmark of the island, Spanish for “cloud rock”) and by rugged, natural valleys. The majority of the 850,000 inhabitants live on the coast, especially in the island’s capital Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. This is also where the majority of the hotels are located for the approximately 1.5 million tourists who choose this island as a vacation destination every year.
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Weather Radar Gran Canaria – The weather in Gran Canaria
To keep you informed about the weather in Gran Canaria, you can not only check the weather conditions in real time on our webcam Gran Canaria, but also take a look at our weather radar. Here you can get real-time information about the temperature and precipitation on the island and in the surrounding area. Precipitation throw color-coded. While green and blue stands for light precipitation, heavy showers are colored purple or red.
The climate in Gran Canaria
Gran Canaria is also called a microcontinent by natural scientists, because 14 different climatic zones can be identified here on a very small area. Due to the trade winds, the north of the island experiences considerably more precipitation, while the south of the island is characterized by an arid climate. Another significant weather phenomenon is Saharan winds, called calima, which can raise the temperature up to 50 degrees Celsius in summer. Overall, the average monthly temperatures are 20 to 16 degrees in winter and 26 to 22 degrees in summer. Summers are mostly dry, while there are some rainy days in winter.
Attractions in Gran Canaria
Gran Canaria offers a variety of interesting attractions for every vacationer. Friends of the sun will find good mood, party and great sandy beaches. Opportunities for water sports, scuba diving and deep sea fishing can also be found here. Fans of architecture will find numerous examples of classical architecture in the island capital and in the rural island interior, while hiking routes invite you to extensive island tours. Between breathtaking nature, interesting sights, the best weather and all the amenities of modern cities, there is no room for boredom and it is no wonder that Gran Canaria is one of the most popular vacation islands in Europe.