English speaking ex-pats in Ibiza, the Balearic Islands & Spain.
Global audience of those with a connection to or interest in ‘Brand Ibiza’.
When is it for?
It can be undertaken anytime during our April to October print run.
In most cases we can have the plan up and running within 1 week, though this is subject to space availability. The earlier the booking, the more options we can offer.
How much does it cost?
Simple one off cost of 1,000€
The price excludes iva at 21%
If purchased individually the included features would cost considerably more.
Information For New Customers
About The Ibizan
Information on The Ibizan Newspaper now & in its previous incarnation as The Ibiza Sun.
The newspaper from 1999 to present.
Editors & editorial policy.
The Ibizan online. Our digital development.
Where we are at. Annual report.
Hold the front page. Editor’s picks.
Other information to be filed everywhere from useful and interesting to useless and frivolous.
Reach & Readers
The numbers game. Key information on the all important figures, our reach & readers.
Who they are
Where they are
How many there are
How we reach them
What they read
When they read
Everything you need for confidence in an effective use of your advertising budget.
Everything you didn’t think you need to know about banner adverts.
What are banner adverts?
Pros & cons of banner advertising.
Essential banner dos & don’ts.
Who sees our banner advertising?
Measuring the effectiveness of banner adverts.
Advanced targeting options, including geo-location & content type.
Go back to see more advertising & promotion, proceed to make a booking, or contact us to ask with further questions.
Established in 1999 as The Ibiza Sun, the white island's English language newspaper became The Ibizan in 2015.
We don't mind people still calling it The Ibiza Sun, many do and always will, but the reasons for a change are sound and probably obvious.
Past editors are founder Chris Langley 1999-2007, Daniel Darvey 2007 - 2014. The current editor from 2014 is Nick Gibbs.
Though now in print and online, our aim remains the same - to disseminate a broad cross section of Ibiza's news, views, events and activities reflecting our equally broad cross section of readers in the English speaking community and visitors.
We rely on our advertisers, and so commercial considerations are as important to us as they are most businesses operating in this close knit island village, but that does not prevent us from fulfilling our objective of reporting news objectively, impartially, and with a good helping of satire when due.
We love to receive your news and your views - if you have something to say, please get in touch.
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