THE VILLAGE OF ARRIOLA, THERE ARE VILLAGES SCATTERED AROUND DEBA PLEASE READ EXACTLY WHERE ARRIOLA THE VILLAGE IS:
DEBA. This is the former town of Monreal de Deba, and is located at the mouth of the River Deba. Santa María La Real church, with its attractive portico, and its very interesting closter, is worth a visit. In its picturesque streets we can also admire the homes of Agirre, Aldazabal, Bañez, Sasiola and Irarrazabal. Nearby, on the old road to Itziar, is San Roque hermitage, with its beautiful wooden portico. Up on the hill is Santa Catalina hermitage, an excellent vantage point.
Deba has many villages and districts scattered among the surrounding mountains; they can be reached by car. The most important are: Itziar, Arriola, Elorriaga, Lastur, Sasiola and Astigarribia, being the latter part of the municipality of Mutriku. Some of them have interesting panoramic views.
Deba offers a fine beach lined by a leafly promenade. Across the mouth of the river is Ondarbeltz Beach, in the borough of Mutriku; and on the rocks of Punta Mendata, in Aitzuri cove, is the unspoilt beach of Zakoneta.
Leaving the town, still driving along the N-634, we turn right, crossing over the railway line of the Basque Railways, and across the bridge over the Riber Deba; then, following the Gl-638 (before C-6212), and driving along the coast, we arrive in...
IRMA M ARRIOLA