Labor calendar 2021: holidays and bridges

The 2021 work calendar collects 14 holidays. Eight of these parties are held throughout Spain, while 4 establishes each Autonomous Community and the other two

Labor calendar 2021: holidays and bridges

The 2021 work calendar collects 14 holidays. Eight of these parties are held throughout Spain, while 4 establishes each Autonomous Community and the other two are fixed by the City Councils. The national festive at the national level will not reach October 12, 2021 (Tuesday), the day of Hispanicity.

The eight holidays that are enjoyed throughout Spain in 2021 are: January 1 (Friday, New Year), January 6 (Wednesday, Epiphany of the Lord), April 2 (Good Friday), May 1 (Saturday, Festival of the Work), October 12 (Tuesday, Hispanidad Festival), December 6 (Monday, Day of Constitution), December 8 (Wednesday, Immaculate Conception), December 25 (Saturday, Christmas).

We detail the work calendars of each autonomous community for 2021:

Labor calendar of Madrid: January 1 (Friday, New Year), January 6 (Wednesday, Epiphany of the Lord), March 19 (Friday, San Jose), April 1 (Holy Thursday), April 2 (Good Friday ), May 1 (Saturday, Labor Festival), May 3 (Monday, Transfer of the Community Day of Madrid), October 12 (Tuesday, Hispanidad Festival), November 1 (Monday, All Saints ), December 6 (Monday, Spanish Constitution Day), December 8 (Wednesday, Immaculate Conception), December 25 (Saturday, Christmas).

Andalusia: January 1 (Friday, New Year), January 6 (Wednesday, Epiphany of the Lord), March 1, (Monday, Day of Andalusia), 1 April (Holy Thursday), April 2 (Good Friday) , May 1 (Saturday, Labor Festival), August 16 (Monday, Transfer of the Assumption of the Virgin), October 12 (Tuesday, Hispanidad Festival), November 1 (Monday, All Saints), December 6 (Monday, Spanish Constitution Day), December 8 (Wednesday, Immaculate Conception), December 25 (Saturday, Christmas).

Aragon: January 1 (Friday, New Year), January 6 (Wednesday, Epiphany of the Lord), April 1 (Holy Thursday), April 2 (Good Friday), April 23 (Friday, Aragon Day), May 1 (Saturday, Labor Festival), August 16 (Monday, Transfer Asunción de la Virgen), October 12 (Tuesday, Party of Hispanidad), November 1 (Monday, All Saints), December 6 (Monday, Day of the Constitution), December 8 (Wednesday, Immaculate Conception) and December 25 (Saturday, Nativity of the Lord).

Asturias: January 1 (Friday, New Year), January 6 (Wednesday, Epiphany of the Lord), April 1 (Holy Thursday), April 2 (Good Friday), May 1 (Saturday, Labor Festival), August 16 (Monday, Transfer Asunción de la Virgen), September 8 (Wednesday, Asturias Day), October 12 (Tuesday, Party of Hispanidad), November 1 (Monday, All Saints), December 6 (Monday, Day of the Constitution), December 8 (Wednesday, Immaculate Conception) and December 25 (Saturday, Nativity of the Lord).

Balearic Islands: January 1 (Friday, New Year), January 6 (Wednesday, Kings), March 1 (Day of the Balearic Islands) April 1 (Holy Thursday), April 2 (Good Friday), April 5 (Easter Monday), May 1 (Saturday, Labor Day), October 12 (Tuesday, National Festival of Spain), November 1 (Monday, All Saints), December 6 (Monday, Constitution Day ), December 8 (Wednesday, Immaculate Conception) and December 25 (Saturday, Nativity of the Lord).

Canary Islands: January 1 (Friday, New Year), January 6 (Wednesday, Kings), April 1 (Holy Thursday), April 2 (Good Friday), May 1 (Saturday, Day of Labor), 16 of August (Monday, transfer of the Assumption Day of the Virgin), October 12 (Tuesday, National Festival of Spain), November 1 (Monday, All Saints), December 6 (Monday, Day of the Constitution), December 8 (Wednesday, Immaculate Conception) and December 25 (Saturday, Nativity of the Lord).

Cantabria: January 1 (Friday, New Year), January 6 (Wednesday, Reyes), April 1 (Holy Thursday), April 2 (Good Friday), May 1 (Saturday, Labor Day), 28 of Julio (Wednesday, Day of the Institutions of Cantabria), September 15 (Wednesday, the Appeared), October 12 (Tuesday, National Festival of Spain), November 1 (Monday, All Saints), December 6 ( Monday, Constitution Day), December 8 (Wednesday, Immaculate Conception) and December 25 (Saturday, Nativity of the Lord).

Castilla - La Mancha: January 1 (Friday, New Year), January 6 (Wednesday, Kings), April 1 (Holy Thursday), April 2 (Good Friday), May 1 (Saturday, Labor Day) , May 31 (Monday, Castilla-La Mancha Day), June 3 (Thursday, Corpus Christi), October 12 (Tuesday, National Festival of Spain), November 1 (Monday, All Saints), 6 of December (Monday, Constitution Day), December 8 (Wednesday, Immaculate Conception) and December 25 (Saturday, Christmas).

Castilla y León: January 1 (Friday, New Year), January 6 (Wednesday, Kings), April 1 (Holy Thursday), April 2 (Good Friday), April 23 (Friday, Festival of Castilla y León ), May 1 (Saturday, Day of Labor), August 16 (Monday, Transfer of the Assumption), October 12 (Tuesday, National Festival of Spain), November 1 (Monday, All Saints), 6 of December (Monday, Constitution Day), December 8 (Wednesday, Immaculate Conception) and December 25 (Saturday, Christmas).

Catalonia Labor Calendar: January 1 (Friday, New Year), January 6 (Wednesday, Kings), April 2 (Good Friday), April 5 (Easter Monday), May 1 (Saturday, Labor Day ), June 24 (Thursday, San Juan), September 11 (Saturday, Day of Catalonia), October 12 (Tuesday, National Festival of Spain), November 1 (Monday, All Saints), December 6 ( Monday, Day of the Constitution), December 8 (Wednesday, Immaculate Conception), December 25 (Saturday, Christmas).

Valencian Community: January 1 (Friday, New Year), January 6 (Wednesday, Reyes), March 19 (Friday, San Jose), April 2 (Good Friday), April 5 (Easter Monday), 1 May (Friday, Work Day), June 24 (Thursday, San Juan), October 9 (Saturday, Valencian Community Day), October 12 (Tuesday, Hispanidad Festival), November 1 (Monday , All Saints), December 6 (Monday, Constitution Day), December 8 (Wednesday, Immaculate Conception) and December 25 (Saturday, Nativity of the Lord).

Extremadura: January 1 (Friday, New Year), January 6 (Wednesday, Epiphany of the Lord), March 19 (Friday, San Jose), April 1 (Holy Thursday), April 2 (Good Friday), 1 May (Saturday, Labor Festival), September 8 (Wednesday, Extremadura Day), October 12 (Tuesday, Party of Hispanidad), November 1 (Monday, All Saints), December 6 (Monday, The Day of the Spanish Constitution), December 8 (Wednesday, Immaculate Conception), December 25 (Saturday, Christmas).

Galicia: January 1 (Friday, New Year), January 6 (Wednesday, Reyes), March 19 (Monday, San Jose), April 1 (Holy Thursday), April 2 (Good Friday), May 1 (Saturday, Labor Day), May 17 (Monday, Day of the Letters Galegas), October 12 (Tuesday, Hispanidad Festival), November 1 (Monday, All Saints), December 6 (Monday, The Day of the Spanish Constitution), December 8 (Wednesday, Immaculate Conception), December 25 (Saturday, Christmas).

Murcia: January 1 (Friday, New Year), January 6 (Wednesday, Reyes), March 19 (Friday, San Jose), April 1 (Holy Thursday), April 2 (Good Friday), May 1 (Saturday, Day of Labor), June 9 (Wednesday, Day of the Region of Murcia), October 12 (Tuesday, National Festival of Spain), November 1 (Monday, All Saints) December 6 (Monday, The Day of the Spanish Constitution), December 8 (Wednesday, Immaculate Conception), December 25 (Saturday, Christmas).

Navarra: January 1 (Friday, New Year), January 6 (Wednesday, Reyes), March 19 (Friday, San Jose), April 1 (Holy Thursday), April 2 (Good Friday), April 5 (Easter Monday), May 1 (Saturday, Day of Labor), October 12 (Tuesday, National Festival of Spain), November 1 (Monday, All Saints), December 3 (Friday, Navarra Day) , December 6 (Monday, Constitution Day), December 8 (Wednesday, Immaculate Conception) and December 25 (Saturday, Christmas).

Basque Country: January 1 (Friday, New Year), January 6 (Wednesday, Reyes), March 19 (Friday, San Jose), April 1 (Holy Thursday), April 2 (Good Friday), 5 of April (Easter Monday), May 1 (Saturday, Day of Labor), October 12 (Tuesday, National Festival of Spain), November 1 (Monday, All Saints), December 6 (Monday, Day of the Constitution), December 8 (Wednesday, Immaculate Conception) and December 25 (Saturday, Christmas).

La Rioja: January 1 (Friday, New Year), January 6 (Wednesday, Kings), April 1 (Holy Thursday), April 2 (Good Friday), April 5 (Easter Monday), May 1 (Saturday, work day), June 9 (Wednesday, Rioja Day), October 12 (Tuesday, National Festival of Spain), November 1 (Monday, All Saints), December 6 (Monday, Day of the Constitution), December 8 (Wednesday, Immaculate Conception) and December 25 (Saturday, Christmas).

Ceuta: January 1 (Friday, New Year), January 6 (Wednesday, Kings), April 1 (Holy Thursday), April 2 (Good Friday), May 1 (Saturday, Labor Day), 20 of July (Fiesta del Sacrifio-Eidul ADHA), September 2 (CEUTA DAY), October 12 (Tuesday, National Festival of Spain), November 1 (Monday, All Saints), December 6 (Monday, Day of The Constitution), December 8 (Wednesday, Immaculate Conception) and December 25 (Saturday, Christmas).

Melilla: January 1 (Friday, New Year), January 6 (Wednesday, Reyes), March 13 (Statute of Autonomy of the City of Melilla), April 1 (Holy Thursday), April 2 (Good Friday) , May 1 (Saturday, Labor Day), July 21 (Fiesta del Sacrifio-Eidul Adha), October 12 (Tuesday, National Festival of Spain), November 1 (Monday, All Saints), December 6 (Monday, Day of the Constitution), December 8 (Wednesday, Immaculate Conception) and December 25 (Saturday, Christmas).

Updated Date: 09 October 2021, 16:19

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