The Day of the Independent City of Ceuta is a public holiday that is observed solely in a Spanish autonomous city denominated Ceuta. It is typically celebrated on the 2nd of September every year, where it is a day off for the populace, and the majority of businesses and organizations are closed. However, some bakeries and grocery stores are generally open. Whereas public transports usually run to a reduced timetable.
The festivities of the Day of the Independent City of Ceuta are usually quiet, where most people prefer either spending the day with family, relatives, and friends; or relaxing at home. Nonetheless, some people take to the streets to express their opinions apropos the Ceuta border fence located at the Morocco–Spain border; contesting the Spanish sovereignty on the city in favor of Morocco.