6th of January. It is called Epiphany and is celebrated on the 6th of Januray. In Spanish, Epiphany is called 'Fiesta de Los tres Reyes Magos': in English this means 'The festival of the three Magic Kings'. Epiphany celebrates when the Kings or Wise men brought gifts to the baby Jesus.
19th of March. Saint Joseph's Day, also known as Fallas de San Jose, honors St Joseph, the Virgin Mary's spouse. It is held annually on March 19. This date is also known as Father's Day (Día del Padre) in many areas in Spain.
1st of May. Labor Day.
15th of August. The Christian feast day of the Assumption of Mary celebrates the belief that God assumed the Virgin Mary into Heaven following her death.
12th of October. October 12 is celebrated as the National Day or Fiesta Nacional de Espana in Spain. It is also called the Hispanic Day or the Dia de la Hispanidad. The day is celebrated to commemorate the arrival of Columbus in Americas in 1906. It is also celebrated as the day of the Armed Forces in Spain.
1st of November. Dia de Todos los Santos. All Saints Day in Spain (Todos Los Santos). It is a very important national public holiday when people from all over the country return to their town or village to lay flowers on the graves of deceased relatives.
6th of December. The 6th December is Constitution Day. Constitution Day (Día de la Constitución) marks the anniversary of a referendum held in Spain in1978. In this referendum, a new constitution was approved for Spain.