Want to preview where you're going in Greece? Take a look at these webcams at different places in Greece. Note: if the image is black or hard to see, please consider what time it is in Greece
- it may be night!
This one is especially fun - it's almost a full frame rate, so you can watch the harbor in action. It automatically zooms and pans, so you're only on the same area for a few moments. There are ads superimposed, but you can click these off. Over the course of a few minutes, you'll see the famed windmills, the boats for Delos, the Town Hall, and much else. A line at the bottom also tips you off to what you're seeing - definitely the next generation of webcams. Enjoy.
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This webcam refreshes every 30 minutes and shows the Parthenon and the Acropolis.
One extra bonus for this webcam on Crete - you can watch some of the Matala Hippie Festival
on it in June. The same provider offers two other views around Matala.
This live camera operates year-round and shows the weather in Piraeus and the movements of ships and ferries
World-famous Mykonos flaunts its charms at this webcam at Paradise Beach, operated by the Paradise Beach Hotel and Camping. Easily offended? No guarantees on this one!
Scroll down on this page to see images from several Athens webcams - Hadrian's Gate, Marina Zeas, and a different Piraeus harbor one. It also has some weather images of Greece which update regularly.
This webcam is updated twice a minute and claims to be the southermost webcam in Europe - but I'm not sure about that one. It's a beautiful shot of the harbor at the town of Chora Sfakia and also shows weather conditions for that part of the south of Crete. Can you see Gavdos
on the horizon today?
Enjoy a view of Zakynthos in the Ionian Islands from this webcam at the harbor.
Chania harbor is pretty all day and then sparkles with lights in the evening. Check it out on this webcam.
The big island of Naxos is still off of the tourist radar for the most part - take a look at Flisvos and it may convince you to visit.