|Virgin of Africa (Céuta only)||Thursday August 5, 2021||Catholic
|Ceuta Day**||Thursday September 2, 2021||Secular holiday
|Our Lady of Victory (Melillia only)||Wednesday September 8, 2021||Catholic
|summer holiday (end)||Friday September 10, 2021||School holidays
|Spanish Re-Foundation of Melilla (Melilla only)||Friday September 17, 2021||Secular holiday
|Spanishness Day*||Tuesday October 12, 2021||National Day
|All Saints - (beginning)||Friday October 29, 2021||School holidays
Virgin of Africa (Céuta only) -
Thursday August 5, 2021
Ceuta Day -
Thursday September 2, 2021
Secular holiday : In late August 1415, King John I of Portugal led an assault that would come to be known as the Conquest of Ceuta. The Portuguese caught the city with no sweat. Possibly this is the reason no one idea about what flag to use after the city was taken. Fortunately, somebody had packed the flag of Lisbon, which they all chose would be an incredible design for Ceuta. The coat of arms of Portugal was added to the center and that flag is as yet used for Ceuta today.
Over the next hundreds of years, Spain and Portugal Ceuta quarreled like Iberian brothers with Ceuta passing between them. The city was at long last surrendered to King Carlos II of Spain on January 1st, 1668 by the Treaty of Lisbon.
Even though Ceuta was vanquished by Portugal on August 22nd, 1415, it is praised on September 2nd as Spain and Portugal received the Gregorian calendar in 1582, pushing dates ahead by ten days. celebrated since 1998.
Our Lady of Victory (Melillia only) -
Wednesday September 8, 2021
Summer holiday (end) -
Friday September 10, 2021
School holidays :
Spanish Re-Foundation of Melilla (Melilla only) -
Friday September 17, 2021
Secular holiday :
Spanishness Day -
Tuesday October 12, 2021
Secular holiday : To commemorate the arrival of Columbus in Americas in 1492. It is also celebrated as the day of the Armed Forces in Spain.
All Saints - (beginning) -
Friday October 29, 2021
School holidays :