2021 Spanish holidays!

Here is a list of all of the holidays to look forward to for 2021. Spain love any kind of holidays, especially the national ones! Along with national holidays, each area usually has their own days to celebrate. 2021 Spanish holidays!

The national holidays shared across Spain are;

  • January 1st: New Year’s Day. (Friday)
  • April 2nd: Good Friday
  • May 1st: Workers’ Day (Saturday)
  • October 12th:  Spanish National Day, (Tuesday)
  • December 6th: Constitution Day (Monday)
  • December 8th: Immaculate Conception (Wednesday)
  • December 25th: Christmas Day (Saturday)

Andalusia

  • January 6: Epiphany / Three Kings Day (Wednesday)
  • March 1st:  February 28th: A roll over for Andalusia Day on Feb 28th which falls on a Sunday this year (Monday)
  • April 1st: Maundy Thursday
  • August 16th: A rollover of Assumption of Mary, which falls on a Sunday this year (Monday)

Aragon

  • January 6: Epiphany / Three Kings Day (Wednesday)
  • April 1st: Maundy Thursday
  • April 23rd: St George’s Day and Aragon regional day (Friday)
  • August 16th: A rollover of Assumption of Mary, which falls on a Sunday this year (Monday)

Asturias

  • January 6: Epiphany / Three Kings Day (Wednesday)
  • March 19th: St Joseph’s Day/Father’s Day (Friday)
  • April 1st: Maundy Thursday
  • September 8th: Asturian Regional Day (Wednesday)

Balearic Islands

  • January 6: Epiphany / Three Kings Day (Wednesday)
  • March 1st: Balearic Island Day (Monday)
  • April 1st: Maundy Thursday
  • April 5th: Easter Monday

Basque Country

  • January 6: Epiphany / Three Kings Day (Wednesday)
  • March 19th: St Joseph’s Day/Father’s Day (Friday)
  • April 1st: Maundy Thursday
  • April 5th: Easter Monday

Canary Islands

  • January 6: Epiphany / Three Kings Day (Wednesday)
  • April 1st: Maundy Thursday
  • August 16th: A rollover of Assumption of Mary, which falls on a Sunday this year (Monday)
  • The fourth regional bank holiday is chosen by each individual island and will be:
  • February 2nd for Tenerife
  • July 3rd for El Hierro
  • August 5th for La Palma
  • September   8th for Gran Canaria
  • September 15th for Lanzarote
  • September 17th for Fuerteventura
  • October 4th for La Gomera

Cantabria

  • January 6: Epiphany / Three Kings Day (Wednesday)
  • April 1st: Maundy Thursday
  • July 28th: Cantabrian Institutions Day (Wednesday)
  • September 15th: Patron Saint of Cantabria (Virgen de la Bien Aparecida) (Wednesday)

Castilla-La Mancha

  • January 6: Epiphany / Three Kings Day (Wednesday)
  • April 1st: Maundy ThursdayJuly 28th: Cantabrian Institutions Day (Tuesday)
  • May 31st: Day of Castilla-La Mancha (Monday)
  • June 3rd Corpus Christi (Thursday)

Castile and León

  • January 6: Epiphany / Three Kings Day (Wednesday)
  • April 1st: Maundy Thursday
  • April 23rd: Castile and León Day (Friday)
  • August 16th: A rollover of Assumption of Mary, which falls on a Sunday this year (Monday)

Catalonia

  • January 6: Epiphany / Three Kings Day (Wednesday)
  • April 5th: Easter Monday
  • June 24th: San Juan (Thursday)
  • September 11th: Diada/Catalonia National Day (Saturday)

Ceuta

  • January 6: Epiphany / Three Kings Day (Wednesday)
  • April 1st: Maundy Thursday
  • July 20th: Eid al-Adha – Festival of Abraham’s Sacrifice – (Tuesday)
  • September 2nd: Ceuta Day (Thursday)

Extremadura

  • January 6: Epiphany / Three Kings Day (Wednesday)
  • March 19th: St Joseph’s Day/Father’s Day (Friday)
  • April 1st: Maundy Thursday
  • September 8th: Extremadura Regional Day (Wednesday)

Galicia

  • January 6: Epiphany / Three Kings Day (Wednesday)
  • March 19th: St Joseph’s Day/Father’s Day (Friday)
  • April 1st: Maundy Thursday
  • May 17th: Galician Literature Day (Monday)

La Rioja

  • January 6: Epiphany / Three Kings Day (Wednesday)
  • April 1st: Maundy Thursday
  • April 5th: Easter Monday
  • June 9th: La Rioja Regional Day (Wednesday)

Madrid

  • January 6: Epiphany / Three Kings Day (Wednesday)
  • March 19th: St Joseph’s Day/Father’s Day (Friday)
  • April 1st: Maundy Thursday
  • May 3rd: Community of Madrid Day a rollover because Dos de Mayo falls on a Sunday. (Monday)

Melilla

  • January 6: Epiphany / Three Kings Day (Wednesday)
  • March 13th: Melilla Regional Day (Saturday)
  • April 1st: Maundy Thursday
  • July 21st: Eid al-Adha – Festival of Abraham’s Sacrifice – (Wednesday)

Murcia

  • January 6: Epiphany / Three Kings Day (Wednesday)
  • March 19th: St Joseph’s Day/Father’s Day (Friday)
  • April 1st: Maundy Thursday
  • June 9th: Murcia Day (Wednesday)

Navarra

  • January 6: Epiphany / Three Kings Day (Wednesday)
  • March 19th: St Joseph’s Day/Father’s Day (Friday)
  • April 1st: Maundy Thursday
  • April 5th: Easter Monday

Valencia

  • January 6th: Epiphany / Three Kings Day (Wednesday)
  • March 19th: St Joseph’s Day/Father’s Day (Friday)
  • April 5th: Easter Monday
  • June 24th: San Juan (Friday)

2021 will hopefully be a much better year and we can enjoy the Spanish holidays like we are used to doing.

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