If you’re not in Spain or in a region of the country where you don’t always have the best radio reception for the stations you like, don’t worry, you can find most of Spain’s radio stations on the internet – and broadcast them live right from your computer.
We often listen to Spanish radio online, whether we’re in Spain or on vacation somewhere else, and we usually use DeliCast.com to access them. They’ve a huge list of Spanish radio stations listed, just about everything we enjoy listening to, and the connection is always stellar.
If you’re not familiar with radio in Spain, why not click on a few stations to see what they have to offer?
We recommend Onda Cero Madrid, for good talk radio (and music), 80 Exits for 70s and 80s music, Ibiza Sonica Radio for electronic music, Flamenco Radio for guitar and flamenco, Cadena 100 for pop, news and talk, and Canal Fiesta Radio out of Seville for pop music and a whole bunch of Seville culture.
Don’t forget too, if you’re trying to improve your Spanish skills, listening to Spanish radio is a wonderful way to do so.