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Official holidays in Spain, general calendar

Discover the diverse festivals and traditions of Spain, including regional and national holidays. Plan your trip to experience the vibrant culture of Spain firsthand.


Discover the diverse festivals and traditions of Spain, including regional and national holidays. Plan your trip to experience the vibrant culture of Spain firsthand.
Explore Spain's Rich Cultural Heritage: Festivals, Traditions, and National Holidays by Fenix.info

The State Calendar of Spain contains 14 holidays, including both mandatory and regional festive days. Official holidays in Spain are not unified and have local festive days for each autonomous region of the country.


Spain consists of 17 autonomous regions (provinces), each with its own traditions, cuisine, music, and other cultural values, as well as its regional (local) holidays or festivals (as they are commonly called in Spain), in addition to national and religious Catholic holidays.


Official holidays in Spain, general calendar:


DAY

HOLIDAY

1 January

New Year's Day (Spanish: Año Nuevo)

6 January

Three Kings' Day, Epiphany (Spanish: Día de Reyes, Epifanía)

29 January

Calçotada in Catalonia

5 February

Carnival weeks in Spain (Spanish: Carnestoltes) / Ash Wednesday (Latin: Dies Cinerum)

12 February

Saint Eulalia's Day

28 February

Day of Andalusia (Spanish: Día de Andalucía)

1 March 

Balearic Islands Day (Spanish: Dia de les Illes Balears)

19 March

Saint Joseph's Day (Spanish: Dia de San José) and Las Fallas de Valencia

20 March

Palm Sunday (Spanish: Domingo de Ramos)

24 - 31 March

Holy Week (Spanish: Semana Santa)

28 March

Maundy Thursday (Spanish: Jueves Santo)

31 March

Easter (Spanish: Pascua) / Easter Monday (Spanish: Lunes de Pascua)

14- 20 April

April Fair (Spanish: Feria de Abril)

23 April

Saint George's Day / Day of Aragon (Spanish: Día de San Jorge, Día de Aragón)

23 April

Castile and León Day (Spanish: Día de Castilla y León)

1 May 

Labor Day in Spain (Spanish: Día del Trabajador en España)

2 May

Madrid Day (Spanish: Fiesta de la Comunidad de Madrid)

15 May

Pentecost

17 May

Galician Literature Day (Spanish: Día das Letras Galegas)

30 May

Canary Islands Day (Spanish: Día de las Canarias)

31 May

Castile-La Mancha Day (Spanish: Día de la Región Castilla-La Mancha)

31 May

Feast of Corpus Christi in Madrid (Spanish: Corpus Christi)

16 June

Eid al-Adha in Melilla (Spanish: Celebración del Sacrificio)

16 June

Eid al-Adha in Melilla (Spanish: Celebración del Sacrificio)

29 June

Saint John's Day (Spanish: Sant Joan)

4-6 July

San Fermin / Running of the Bulls in Navarre (Spanish: San Fermin de Navarra)

July (last Wednesday)

Tomatina in Valencia (Spanish: Tomatina en Valencia)

15 August 

Assumption of Mary (Spanish: Asunción)

2 September

Ceuta Day (Spanish: Día de Ceuta)

8 September

Asturias Day (Spanish: Día de Asturias)

8 September

Extremadura Day (Spanish: Día de Extremadura)

11 September

Catalonia National Day (Spanish: Festa Nacional de Catalunya)

15 September

Cantabria Day (Spanish: Día de Cantabria)

9 October

Valencia Day (Spanish: Dia de la Comunitat Valencia)

12 October

National Day of Spain (Spanish: Fiesta Nacional de España)

25 October

Basque Country Day (Spanish: Euskadi Eguna)

1 November

All Saints' Day (Spanish: Día de todos los Santos)

9 November

La Almudena

6 December

Constitution Day (Spanish: Día de la Constitución)

8 December

Immaculate Conception Day (Spanish: Inmaculada Concepción)

24 December

Christmas Eve (Spanish: Nochebuena)

25 December

Christmas (Spanish: Navidad)

26 December

Saint Stephen's Day (Spanish: Día de Sant Esteban)

31 December

New Year's Eve


Looking at the calendar of Spanish holidays, it is not difficult to notice that religious holidays are highly respected in Spain, with many of them elevated to the rank of mandatory national and regional holidays.


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