Public Holidays

Public holidays in Croatia

Croatia has a predominantly catholic population, so most of the Christian holidays are here. Only Whitsun is not found in Croatia, otherwise the calendar closely corresponds to the rest of Europe.

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Non-floating holidays

Non-statutory holidays are written in gray.

DateHolidayLocal name
Jan. 1stNew Year's DayNova godina
Jan. 6thEpiphanyBogojavljanje
Feb. 3rdFeast of Saint Blasius (only Dubrovnik)
May 1stLabor DayPraznik rada
May 7thFeast of Saint Duje (only Split)
June 22ndDay of the antifascist struggleDan antifašističke borbe
Aug. 5thDay of Victory and Homely GratefulnessDan pobjede i domovinske zahvalnosti
Aug. 15thAssumption DayVelika Gospa
Oct. 8thIndependence DayDan neovisnosti
Nov. 1stAll Saints' DaySvi sveti
Dec. 6thSaint Nicholas
Dec. 24thChristmas Eve
Dec. 25thChristmas Daybožićni blagdani
Dec. 26thBoxing Daybožićni blagdani
25thDay of statehoodDan državnosti

Moving Holidays in Croatia

HolidayLocal name20232024202520262027
Easter SundayUskrsaApril 9thMarch 31stApril 20thApril 5thMarch 28th
Easter Mondaydrugi dan UskrsaApril 10thApril 1stApril 21stApril 6thMarch 29th
Corpus ChristiTijelovoJune 8thMay 30thJune 19thJune 4thMay 27th

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