Saint Vitalis may refer to:
The following Italian saints:
- Saint Vitalis of Milan (1st-2nd century), early Christian martyr
- Saint Vitalis, martyred in 250 under the persecution of Decius, whose feast date is January 9
- Saints Vitalis and Agricola (died c. 304), martyr at Bologna with Saint Agricola under Emperor Diocletian
- Saint Vitalis (fl. 499), bishop of Fano
- Saint Vitalis of Assisi (1295—1370), Italian hermit and monk
The following other saints:
- Saint Vitalis of Gaza (died c. 625), a monk of Gaza
- Saint Vitalis of Salzburg (died 728), second bishop of Salzburg, feast day 20 October, see St. Rupert's Church, Vienna
- Saint Vitalis of Savigny (ca. 1060-1122), founder of the Savigny Abbey and the Congregation of Savigny
San Vitale, the Italian name for Saint Vitalis, is also used to refer to churches devoted to one of them, notably the following famous ones:
The following are locations named San Vitale that are not churches:
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