The town of Ibiza is the smallest and most densely populated area of the island. It´s walled in capital has been declared a World Heritage Site and packed full of streets and monuments such as the Cathedral. The city also hosts the main institutions of the island and offers many services to travelers and residents, such as hospitals, marinas or commercial areas. The neighbourhoods of La Marina, Paseo Vara de Rey and Plaza de Vila are some of the hubs of the city, full of life. Also, Ibiza has interesting museums, including the Archaeological Museum or the Museum of Contemporary Art, and important historical sites. Among them, the necropolis of Puig des Molins,the ancient irrigation systems known as 'Portals de Feixa'. Several beaches, as Talamanca, Figueretes or Platja d'en Bossa, are located near by and offer various water sports.