For those who are missing not being able to get to Croatia due to the Covid-19 crisis, we can at least have some fun with the various live webcams around the country. Via webcams, we can see – and in one case hear – the sea, and look at what’s going on in popular places:
Dubrovnik: a great view of the Stradun.
Hvar: this is of the seafront, with a moving webcam that often rests on the Franciscan Monastery. It also has sound, meaning you can hear the waves of the Adriatic. Most atmospheric!
Split 1: a good view of the Riva.
Split 2: a splendid panoramic view of the Riva seafront, great view at night.
Split 3: a view of the port, ferry enthusiasts should keep a look out on this one.
Zadar: a view of the St. Donatus church and the Cathedral of St. Anastasia.
Korčula: a good view of Korčula town, also impressive at night.
Pula: for yachting enthusiasts, the marina.
Sutivan, Brač: the riva.
Bol, Brač 1: a moving webcam showing the Bol seafront.
Bol, Brač 2: another Bol moving webcam, this time at the marina.
Postira, Brač: Prja Bay
Poreč: a moving webcam showing the port.
Vodnja: Istria – Narodni Trg.
Samobor: Main Square.
Rijeka: the marina, with sound
Rogoznica: the seafront.
Varaždin: the castle can be seen in the background here.
Mali Lošinj: a moving camera showing the sea and the beach.
Lošinj: Veli Žal beach.
The Zagreb Ban Jelačić Square webcam has been down for some time but hopefully will be restored at some point.
Note: Occasionally some of the webcams do go offline, but they often come back after a short time.