Find out when public holidays are in Ibiza before you travel so you can plan your visits to monuments as well as enjoy local festivities.
- New Year’s Day: 1st January.
- Reyes Magos (Epiphany): 6th January.
- Balearic Islands Day: 1st March. Commemorates the day the 1983 Statute of Autonomy came into effect.
- Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter: Date varies.
- Labour Day: 1st May.
- Assumption Day: 15th August.
- Columbus Day: 12th October.
- All Saint’s Day: 1st November.
- Spanish Constitution Day: 6th December.
- Feast of the Immaculate Conception: 8th December.
- Christmas Day: 25th December.
- San Antonio (Sant Antoni): 17th January.
- Santa Inés (Sant Agnès): 21st January.
- Santa Eulalia: 12th February.
- San José (Sant Josep): 19th March.
- Sant Francesc de Paula: 2nd April.
- San Vicente (Sant Vicent de Sa Cala): 5th April.
- San Jorge (Sant Jordi): 23rd April.
- San Juan Bautista: 21st - 24th June (in Ibiza Town).
- San Juan (Sant Joan): 24th June.
- San Cristobal: 10th June (in Es Canar).
- Nuestra Señora del Carmen: 16th July. Festival with a boat procession in the Port of Ibiza.
- Nuestra Señora de las Nieves: 5th August. Festival in Ibiza Town with processions and fireworks.
- San Lorenzo (Sant Llorenç de Balafia): 10th August.
- Festes de Sant Bartomeu: 24th August.
- Sant Agustí: 28th August.
- Santa Cruz (Santa Creu): 14th September.
- San Mateo (Sant Mateu): 21st September.
- San Miguel (Sant Miquel): 29th September.
- San Rafael (Sant Rafel): 24th October.
- San Carlos (Sant Carles): 4th November.
- Santa Gertrudis: 16th November.