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Public Holidays in Ceuta in 2017

Public Holidays in Ceuta Upcoming Public Holidays in Ceuta

Assumption Day
Assumption Day

15 August 2017 This National holiday is in 49 days. The Feast of the Assumption is the principal feast of the Blessed Virgin, the mother of...

Aid El Kebir
Aid El Kebir

1 September 2017 This Regional holiday is in 66 days. The Feast of Sacrifice is the most important feast of the Muslim calendar. It falls on ...

Ceuta Day
Ceuta Day

2 September 2017 This Regional holiday is in 67 days. Día de Ceuta. Marks liberation from Portuguese control in 1415

Ceuta, Spain National and Regional Public holidays of Ceuta, Spain in 2017

DayDateHolidayComments
Sunday January 01 Jan 1 New Years Day
Friday January 06 Jan 6 Epiphany Technically not a national holiday, but has been declared a regional holiday in all regions
Sunday March 19 Mar 19 Father's Day Celebrated on St. Joseph' s day
Thursday April 13 Apr 13 Maundy Thursday except Catalonia
Friday April 14 Apr 14 Good Friday Friday before Easter Sunday
Monday May 01 May 1 Labour Day Fiesta del trabajo
Sunday May 07 May 7 Mother's Day 1st Sunday in May. Not a public holiday
Tuesday August 15 Aug 15 Assumption Day Assumption of Mary
Friday September 01 Sep 1 Aid El Kebir Ceuta, Melilla only. Feast of Sacrifice
Saturday September 02 Sep 2 Ceuta Day Día de Ceuta. Marks liberation from Portuguese control in 1415
Thursday October 12 Oct 12 Hispanic Day Columbus Day
Wednesday November 01 Nov 1 All Saints Day
Wednesday December 06 Dec 6 Constitution Day
Friday December 08 Dec 8 Immaculate Conception Day
Monday December 25 Dec 25 Christmas Day

Key

National Holiday Regional Holiday Not a Public Holiday

Notes

  • Public holidays are taken on the day they fall and not moved to the following weekend, if they fall on a Saturday or Sunday.
  • Each municipality has a maximum of 13 public holidays a year; up to nine holidays are set by the national government and at least two are chosen locally.
  • The list of regional holidays changes every year, partly because of national holidays falling on Sundays.


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