Barbados is by far the most "British" of the Caribbean Islands. That's why the locals proudly call it "Little England". In Bridgetown, the island's capital, numerous restaurants entice visitors with original Bajan cuisine, which can include flying fish. Most of the businesses are located on the Waterfront Arcade and on Broad Street. On Saturdays there is always a Caribbean market - don't miss this spectacular event! In addition to the British colonial flair and lush, subtropical flora, the fantastic powdered sugar beaches are naturally the island's main attraction.