Public holidays in Croatia
|Date||English name||Local name||Remarks|
|January 1||New Year's Day||Nova Godina|
|January 6||Epiphany||Bogojavljenje, Sveta tri kralja|
|Easter and the day after||Easter Monday||uskrsni ponedjeljak||variable date|
|May 1||International Workers' Day||Međunarodni praznik rada|
|60 days post Easter||Corpus Christi||Tijelovo||variable date|
|June 22||Anti-Fascist Struggle Day||Dan antifašističke borbe|
|June 25||Statehood Day||Dan državnosti|
|August 5||Victory and Homeland Thanksgiving Day||Dan pobjede i domovinske zahvalnosti|
|August 15||Assumption of Mary||Velika Gospa|
|October 8||Independence Day||Dan neovisnosti|
|November 1||All Saints' Day||Dan svih svetih|
|December 26||St. Stephen's Day||Prvi dan po Božiću, Sveti Stjepan, Štefanje, Stipanje|
Note: Citizens of the Republic of Croatia who celebrate different religious holidays have the right not to work on those dates. This includes Christians who celebrate Christmas on January 7 per the Julian calendar, Muslims on the days of Ramadan Bayram and Kurban Bayram, and Jews on the days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
- Popular carnival celebrations are held in most cities and towns in the country on Shrove Tuesday (Pokladni utorak), when customarily businesses in public sector and hospitality industry cease work for the day earlier than usual, but the day is not officially designated a public holiday.
- Some cities also celebrate de facto public holidays on their patron saints' feast days. For example, in Split, the day of Saint Domnius (Sveti Duje) is celebrated on May 7, while Dubrovnik marks the day of Saint Blaise (Sveti Vlaho) on February 3; business usually cease work earlier than usual on these days.
- Zakon o blagdanima, spomendanima i neradnim danima u Republici Hrvatskoj, from Narodne novine 136/2002 (in Croatian)
- Zakon o izmjenama i dopunama zakona o blagdanima, spomendanima i neradnim danima u Republici Hrvatskoj, from Narodne novine 55/2008 (in Croatian)