What are the national and bank holidays in Spain in 2024?

In Spain, the national and bank holidays in 2024 include a mix of public holidays that are celebrated across the entire country and others that are observed in specific regions. Here are some of the key national holidays:

  • New Year's Day: January 1
  • Epiphany (Three Kings Day): January 6
  • Good Friday: March 29
  • Labor Day: May 1
  • Assumption of Mary: August 15
  • Hispanic Day: October 12
  • All Saints' Day: November 1
  • Constitution Day: December 6
  • Immaculate Conception: December 8 (Observed on December 9 in some regions)
  • Christmas Day: December 25

Additionally, there are regional holidays and other observances that may not be public holidays in all regions but are celebrated in specific areas. For example, St. Joseph's Day on March 19 is a regional holiday in several areas, and Easter Monday on April 1 is observed in certain regions.

It's important to note that Spain has a decentralized system where autonomous communities can set their own holidays, so there are additional regional holidays including the following:

Regional Holidays (Selection)

  • Andalucía Day: February 28 (Andalucía)
  • Balearic Day: March 1 (Balearic Islands)
  • St. Joseph's Day: March 19 (Several regions)
  • Holy Thursday: March 28 (Several regions except Catalonia and Valenciana)
  • Easter Monday: April 1 (Several regions)
  • Day of Aragón and Castile and León: April 23 (Aragón, Castile and León)
  • Community Festival of Madrid: May 2 (Madrid)
  • Canary Islands Day: May 30 (Canary Islands)
  • Day of the Region of Murcia and Day of La Rioja: June 9 (Murcia, La Rioja)
  • San Juan (St. John the Baptist Day): June 24 (Some regions)
  • St. James' Day: July 25 (Galicia, Basque Country)

This list includes just a selection of the many regional holidays celebrated throughout Spain, each reflecting the rich cultural heritage and history of its regions. For a complete list of holidays, including specific observances in each autonomous community and further details, please refer to this website (LINK), which encompasses all the provinces and cities in Spain. Upon selecting your autonomous community from the menu on the right-hand side, you will be directed to the list of provinces, where you can then choose your city. 

Additionally, you may find the below visualizations helpful. 

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