Manchester, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 18, 2009 -- DNB Vacation Rentals have revealed their five most popular locations for holiday rentals, based on visits to the site, page views and rentals booked online. David Rosco director of the company said:
"We are releasing these findings because, contrary to recent analyst's reports, the credit-crunch is not causing more Britons to stick to Europe and closer to home when planning their holidays. While villas in Spain [http://www.dnb-vacation-rentals.com/] are still our most popular with holiday renters, as it has been since we started the company, the popularity of villas in Orlando and holiday properties in Canada have not diminished in the slightest.
"I am putting this on record so the fact that 3 European destinations are in the top 5 does not have people jumping to conclusions."
The top five most popular countries with those renting private holiday properties is:
1. Spain 2. America 3. Canada 4. Minorca 5. Switzerland
Among the most popular holiday properties in Spain [http://www.dnb-vacation-rentals.com/europe/spain] are the properties on the Lauro Golf Resort, including the Caso Dos Frontline 2 bedroom sleep 5 villa [http://www.dnb-vacation-rentals.com/property/europe/spain/77/], that can be rented from just over Â£400 per week.
Among the most popular villas in Orlando is the 5 bedroom 3 bathroom villa in Formosa Gardens, which is "so close to Disney World you can almost touch it". Surprisingly the luxury vacation villa can be rented from just Â£560 per month.
Although not in the top five French Gites (holiday cottages in France) [http://www.dnb-vacation-rentals.com/europe/france/] are also very popular with visitors to the site. Among the most popular being the Gite in Tirepied, Nr Avranches. The three bedroom sleep 6 cottage [http://www.dnb-vacation-rentals.com/property/europe/france/110/] can be rented for an astonishing Â£373 per week.
DNB Vacation Villas have dozens of privately let holiday properties all around the world, find out more by visiting the site.