Public Holidays in Croatia
Last updated 27.9.2022
List of all public holidays in Croatia. The majority of public holidays are based on Catholic observances and Croatian cultural traditions.
|Jan. 1st||New Year's Day||Nova godina|
|Feb. 3rd||Feast of Saint Blasius (only Dubrovnik)|
|May 1st||Labor Day||Praznik rada|
|May 7th||Feast of Saint Duje (only Split)|
|June 22nd||Day of the antifascist struggle||Dan antifašističke borbe|
|Aug. 5th||Day of Victory and Homely Gratefulness||Dan pobjede i domovinske zahvalnosti|
|Aug. 15th||Assumption Day||Velika Gospa|
|Oct. 8th||Independence Day||Dan neovisnosti|
|Nov. 1st||All Saints' Day||Svi sveti|
|Dec. 6th||Saint Nicholas|
|Dec. 24th||Christmas Eve|
|Dec. 25th||Christmas Day||božićni blagdani|
|Dec. 26th||Boxing Day||božićni blagdani|
|25th||Day of statehood||Dan državnosti|
|Easter Sunday||Uskrs||April 17th||April 9th||March 31st||April 20th||April 5th|
|Easter Monday||drugi dan Uskrsa||April 18th||April 10th||April 1st||April 21st||April 6th|
|Corpus Christi||Tijelovo||June 16th||June 8th||May 30th||June 19th||June 4th|
Note that many services aren't available or are available at different working hours on these days. For example, post offices, banks, civil services (apart from hospitals) and so on.
Grocery stores (the big ones) usually work the whole day or just an hour or two shorter. Tourist services are usually available in high season despite Holidays.