These are the best beaches in Spain, according to a team that has visited 600 of them

Playa de ses IlletesCourtesy of Beach InspectorPlaya de ses Illettes in Formentera, Spain.

Like a search engine but for beaches, the Berlin startup Beach Inspector app and website deploys a team of real people to coastal destinations around the world to deliver their first-hand accounts.

These so-called beach inspectors deliver an official ranking and review of each beach visited, focusing on four categories of inspection: families, water sports, relaxation, and party.

The Beach Inspector team has already visited over 600 beaches in Spain and Portugal, and has shared the following list of nine all-around best beaches in Spain.

Playa de ses Illettes in Formentera

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Playa de ses Illetes is the most well-known beach in the Spanish beach town of Formentera. According to Beach Inspector, it is perfect for both families and water sports enthusiasts.

See more of Beach Inspector's tips for Playa de ses Illetes here.

Risco del Paso in Fuerteventura, Canary Islands

Risco del Paso is great for both wind and and kitesurfing. At high tide, the beach turns into a saltwater lagoon, while at low tide it is beautifully sandy.

Check out more of Beach Inspector's review of Risco del Paso here.

Playa de Formentor in Majorca

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Playa de Formentor has green trees that provide shade, and as well as amenities like umbrellas, restaurants, and a windsurfing school.

See more of Beach Inspector's tips for Playa de Formentor here.

Talamanca in Ibiza

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Ibiza isn't all party -- the bay of Talamanca is a town beach that has a near-perfect score for family-friendliness. It has more locals than other tourist-heavy beaches near resorts, but, according to Beach Inspector, never feels overcrowded thanks to its generous size.

Check out Beach Inspector's full review of Talamanca here.

Playa del Ingl├ęs in Gran Canaria, Ibiza

This is the ultimate beach, according to the inspectors. It's spacious, and features unspoiled, natural areas with enormous sand dunes. It received a high score in all four categories of inspection: families, water sports, relaxation, and party.

Explore more of Playa del Inglés here.

Playa de Palma in Majorca

Playa de Palma is notorious among German partiers, who love Balneario 6, a beachside nightclub. But the 3.7-mile-long beach is divided into 15 areas, so there's also plenty of room for families and those looking to relax.

Check out the full review of Playa de Palma here.

Playa de Migjorn in Formentera

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Playa de Migjorn is marked by softly sloping sand, green dunes, and turquoise water, and is perfect for beginning windsurfers.

Beach Inspector's full review of Playa de Migjorn is here.

Ses Salines in Ibiza

Ses Selines is one of the most popular beaches on the island of Ibiza, featuring several nightclubs for the party crowd. For those interested in water sports, there's stand-up paddleboarding and canoeing.

See Beach Inspector's full review of Ses Selines here.

Playa del Duque in Tenerife

This elegant beach has a boardwalk that runs the length of its fine sand, with restaurants and bars galore. There's also a volleyball court, and a water sports center for those who prefer a more active beach experience.

More on Playa del Duque can be found here.

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