January 1st New Years Day National Holiday
January 5th The Three Kings Parade
January 6th Kings Day Public Holiday
January Sunday 9th or 15th January 2011 28th Sitges Half Marathon
February 16th Carnival Carnival Parades on Sun 19th & Tues 21st
March ( tba) Sitges Stock Fair
March 27th Barcelona - Sitges Vintage Car Rally
March 21st - 22nd 16th Sitges Art Exhibition
April 22nd-25th Easter (Friday National holiday and Monday Public holiday )
April 23rd “Sant Jordi” Book and Rose Day
May 1st Labour Day National Holiday
May-June Preludi. Festival of music and dance
June – August “Concerts de Mitjanit” Sitges International Music Festival
June 12th - 21st 70th Carnation Exhibition & 19th Bonsai Exhibition.
June 26th Corpus Christi. 57th Flower Carpet Competition  
June 23rd Eve of San Juan Fireworks all night!
June 24th San Juan Public holiday Catalonia
July – August Sitges Music Festival
July – September
July 15th – July 19th 16th Sitges International Tango Festival
August 15th Feast of the Assumption National Holiday
 August 21st - 27th Fiesta Major . Sitges Main Fiesta (23rd August fireworks)
September 11 Catalonia Day Public holiday Catalonia
September 18 -20 48th Grape Harvest Festival
September 23 Santa Tecla Public holiday Sitges
September Sitges Stock Fair
September/ October 24th Gourmet Food Festival
October 2nd-12th 42nd International Film Festival of Cataluña
October 12th Hispanic Day National Holiday
November 1st All Saints Day National Holiday
December 6th Constitution Day National Holiday
December 8th Immaculate Conception National Holiday
December 25th Christmas Day National Holiday
December 26th St. Stephens Day Public holiday Catalonia

Public holidays celebrated in Spain include a mix of national holidays, regional holidays and local holidays.
Each region is allowed to declare a maximum of 14 public holidays per year. Nine national holidays are chosen by the Government, up to three by the region and at least two are chosen locally. How fabulous!

If one of the nine "national holidays" falls on a Sunday, each of the 17 regional governments can choose its replacement, or can let local authorities choose on their own.

As if that isn’t enough a large percentage of people take extra days off, a ”puente” (bridge), to create four or five day long weekends. For example, if a holiday falls on Tuesday everyone also takes Monday off, “bridging” their holidays so to speak. Even more fabulous!

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