There are 17 officially recognized Public Holidays in Portugal. Public Holiday is usually a non-working day during the current year and it is generally established by law.

Public holidays are days of celebration where countries celebrate important historical or religious events. In some cases, there are public holidays which are celebrated exclusively in certain region of the country.

NameNative NameDateType
New Year’s DayAno Novo01. Jan. 2020 National Holiday
Carnival in PortugalCarnaval25. Feb. 2020 National Holiday
Good FridaySexta-feira Santa10. Apr. 2020 Religious Holiday
Easter MondayDomingo de Páscoa13. Apr. 2020 Religious Holiday
Freedom DayDia da Liberdade25. Apr. 2020 National Holiday
Labour DayDia do Trabalhador01. May. 2020 National Holiday
Autonomous Region of Azores DayDia dos Açores01. Jun. 2020 Regional Holiday
National HolidayDia de Portugal10. Jun. 2020 National Holiday
Corpus ChristiCorpo de Deus11. Jun. 2020 Religious Holiday
Autonomous Region of Madeira and Madeiran Communities DayDia da Região Autónoma da Madeira e das Comunidades Madeirenses01. Jul. 2020 Regional Holiday
Assumption of MaryAssunção de Nossa Senhora15. Aug. 2020 Religious Holiday
Republic DayImplantação da República05. Oct. 2020 National Holiday
All Saint’s DayDia de Todos-os-Santos01. Nov. 2020 Religious Holiday
Portugal DayRestauração da Independência01. Dec. 2020 National Holiday
Immaculate ConceptionImaculada Conceição08. Dec. 2020 Religious Holiday
ChristmasNatal25. Dec. 2020 National Holiday
Octavia 1stPrimeria Oitava26. Dec. 2020 National Holiday