The XIII Indian Fair in Cadaqués rather calle the "Americanos" were the emigrants that left to America on the late nineteenth century .
Argentina, Uruguay, Costa Rica and Cuba, these are some of the countries that welcomed people from Cadaqués.
Families like "Baró" , "Llorens" or "Pomés", are some of the families names who sail to America and come back some years later, some of them with money and others telling they had lost their luggage in Gibraltar Strait.
Mr. Frederic Trèmols and Borrell, born in Cadaqués 1831, Professor of Pharmacy and Botanical recognized for collecting more than 25,000 plants that many of them will carry his name, as the endemic plant in Natural Park of Cabo de Creus: Ensopeguera Tremolis.
General Joan Escofet and Palau, born in Cadaqués in 1920, military engineer and mathematician, amazing character and almost unknown. At his death he left a legacy teacher for children in Cadaqués education and marriage dowry for daughters of poor parents.
Federic Rahola Trèmols, born in Cadaqués in 1958, writer, lawyer and politician of the league that made get to Cadaqués the road in 1910.