NOTE: Webcams come and go, so please understand if any of these links are out of order.
Bodegas Irache webcam – The Bodegas Irache wine fountain provides, you guess it… wine! Here you can connect with pilgrims drinking wine freely directly from the fountain.
Burgos Cathedral – This 13th-century gothic cathedral in Burgos is a must-see and located right along the Camino path and across from one of the main alburgues frequented by pilgrims, It is a great place to wave and say hi to your family.
León Cathedral – The León Cathedral is located in the Plaza Regla, and the Camino will wind you through the city to its doorway. This 1400s Gothic structure presents 125 stained-glass windows, plus frescoed cloisters & a museum you can meander through. Google Map
Portomarín – In the middle of the town center in front of the main church there are a couple of camera angles showing shots of pilgrims and the town’s activities. Sit on the steps of the church and wave.
Santiago de Compostela Webcams
Inside Santiago de Compostela Cathedral – OUT OF ORDER AT THIS TIME – Here you can see the central nave of the cathedral and even watch mass or the swinging of the botafumerio (smoke spreader).
Plaza del Obradoiro – Here you can see several camera angles of this plaza, hosting the main facade of the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral.
Plaza das Praterias – This is the plaza nearest to the old Pilgrims’ Office where you can enter the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral. This intimate square hosts an ornate statue of horses and a great hang-out place to greet your Camino brothers and sisters as they arrive.
Plaza da Quintana – OUT OF ORDER AT THIS TIME – On the opposite side of the Santiago de Compostela cathedral from the Plaza del Obradorio, this wide square provides the eastern entrance into the cathedral via the Holy Gate (Porta Santa) or Door of Pardon (El Perdón) only opened during holy years.
Finisterre – Once believed to be the “end of the world,” this last camera provides a view of the Finisterre Light House where you can reflect on your Camino. Here you can view your final Camino sign, a beautiful cross, and the famous bronzed Camino boot. Google Map
NOTE: Many of Spain’s webcams are operated by CRTVG and you can see their recent inventory of current videos if any links above no longer operate.