Webcam sites allow you to look at updated pictures from Spain. Unfortunately the technology doesn't allow "real-time" streaming video, but the pictures are updated usually in 5-15 minute intervals. Though some, particularly those under "Twelve Spanish Cities", depending on your connection speed do almost refresh themselves instantly. Some of the sites are in Spanish, but it is easy to figure out that clicking on the picture of a camera will activate the picture. Just remember that Spain is 6 hours ahead of our time so if you log on to these sites between 3 p.m. to Midnight you are going to be seeing their nighttime. Also in Spain they write their date as Day, Month, Year so you may see a for example a date on the picture of 28/06/01 (which means June 28, 2001). Also sometime they use a 24 hour clock. Therefore you may see a for example a time of 18:59 which is 6:59 p.m. (18 - 12 = 6).
This site allows you to see many streets in Madrid.
Traffic in Barcelona
This site allows you to view the traffic situation in various locations in Barcelona. Pick a camera location from the map and it will display the picture.
Over 20 cameras allow you to see the traffic in Bilbao.
Traffic in Seville
This site allows you to view the traffic situation in various locations in Seville. Pick a camera location from the map and it will display the picture.
Beach at Gijón
Shot of the beach walk at the Playa de Gijón.
Santiago de Compostela
Santiago de Compostela is located in Galacia. This website contains three exterior cameras, two interior cameras of the Cathedral and a camera shot from Monte Pedrosa. This site is also in English (although you may have to click on the British flag symbol to activate the English translation.) One of the exterior cameras is pointed at the central office of the Galacian Presidency. A great site.