5 – Montserrat
Monserrat is an island belonging to the United Kingdom. It is located in the Antilles and the capital is Brades. The country is popular with north American, Canadian and British retirees and is also a showbusiness hotspot. Sadly, in 1989, a cyclone destroyed 90% of its buildings. Later, in 1995, a hurricane caused the beach to retract by 20 metres. And then, in 1997, a volcanic eruption completely destroyed the old capital of Plymouth. It has recorded 9,000 visitors and, in spite of a series of natural disasters, the tourist office is keen to bounce back and attract more tourists.