Scotland Webcams

Located in the northern region of the British Island, Scotland is quite a famous country for many reasons. It borders England to its south while is touched by the waters of Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea from the other sides. Besides the mainland, there are as many as nearly 800 islands that constitute the whole of Scotland. The capital of Scotland is Edinburg, which is also its second largest city after Glasgow. Edinburg boasts a strong financial background not only within the country but also throughout Europe. The region has an unpredictable weather, being extremely cold in the winters and slightly warm in the summers. The temperature range lies between 17 degrees Fahrenheit in the extreme winter to a maximum of 43 degrees Fahrenheit at the peak summer. Music has a great significance in the Scottish culture. It is the origin place of the famous music instrument Bagpiper.

Edinburgh Castle Esplanade
Located within the famous Cannonball House with perfect views of The Edinburgh Tattoo. Over 100 million watch the Tattoo worldwide and 217,000 people attend each year.
Clicks this year: 100

WinterNet Scotland Slochd Summit Weather
Weather/Snow webcam near Aviemore/Cairngorm Scotland. The camera is situated at Slochd Railway Cottages (altitude 1200ft) near the Slochd summit pass (1400ft) on the A9 trunk road of the first high level roads to become blocked in adverse winter conditions! The camera faces SW towards the forest and the main Invernesss rail line. The area is is a well known spot for it's rare birdlife, mountain bike trails and Wade roads and in the winter the forest nordic ski trails.
Clicks this year: 72

Eilean Donan Castle
Webcam of perhaps Scotland's most famous, and certainly most photographed castle. Views of the Isle of Skye and the Cuillin Hills. The castle was featured in the movie ‘Highlander’ in 1984 along with another famous Scot.
Clicks this year: 72

City Screen, Union Street, Glasgow
With a range of over 1000 metres, the Glasgow City Screen dispays adverts every 4minutes, 7 days a week. The webcam looks directly at the screen.
Clicks this year: 64

Inverness Castle
Inverness is a modern and vibrant city with deep historical roots. The webcam looks directly at Inverness Castle and up and down the shores of the river Ness.
Clicks this year: 63

Ben Nevis Live from Fort William Scotland. Aonach Mor, Mixed Nuts, MoleCAM and more coming soon.
Clicks this year: 62

Aberdeen City
The webcam has been installed on the top of 14-storey St. Nicholas House and is currently broadcasting live images of the harbour and bay area via the Council website. The view shown also takes in the city's historic Town House and part of Union Street. Images are refreshed every 60 seconds.
Clicks this year: 59

Evangelista's barber shop live
A fun and interesting camera located in a family run barber shop in Glasgow. The name Evangelista has been synonymous with hairdressing in Glasgow for almost 80 years.
Clicks this year: 57

Banff Harbour
Banff in Aberdeenshire is full of history and culture, the port dates back to the 1100s. The webcam takes in various views of the harbour and surrounding landscape.
Clicks this year: 53

The Kilmarnock Cross
Live webcam at The Cross, Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire, Scotland
Clicks this year: 53

Gretna Green Wedding
Gretna Green has been a venue for lovers and elopers to marry for more than 250 years. It has a worldwide reputation for weddings and people still travel from all over to wed there.
Clicks this year: 51

Inveraray in Argyll - Scotland
Live views looking across Loch Fyne from Argyll Caravan Park - Inveraray
Clicks this year: 49

Lyme Regis, Dorset
Views of the Lyme Regis harbour and surrounding coastline. Located in the South of England, Lyme Bay has been awarded the accolade of World Heritage Site.
Clicks this year: 45

Mull of Galloway Lighthouse
Set on top of rugged Scottish coastline the Mull of Galloway Lighthouse has an interesting and colourful past and is a popular tourist attraction.
Clicks this year: 45

Stonehaven Harbour
One of the largest recreational harbours in Aberdeenshire and home of 140 permanent moorings. Views of the Shore Head, Downie Point and the beach can be seen from the webcam.
Clicks this year: 43

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