Fair Indians celebrated the close relationship between Cuba and Begur, which has its origin in the migration of many people from Begur on the island during the nineteenth century. On returning to the village, who had prospered in his business, building ostentatious houses that still adorn the streets of Begur. They were the popular "Americanos," which sought to recreate the lifestyle of Cuba and who left us a diverse cultural heritage.
The first weekend of September, Begur is transformed to relive that period of history that has left a deep mark on our town and our identity. For three days Begur offers a wide range of leisure and cultural thread is our last India.