The 11th of February of 1997, the Basque Government declared the ancient village of Arrasate as a cultural heritage, with the classification of group of monuments.

Arrasate has five neighborhoods outside the town: Bedoña, Garagartza, Gesalibar, Meatzerreka and Udala.

In the sports section, football, rugby and basketball are the most commons, but there is also the possibility of taking part in handball, gymnastics, handball, volleyball, swimming...

The center of the medieval city still retains its original structure and characteristics. In terms of typology, the medieval urban planning is paradigmatic and the distribution of land and space belongs to the Gothic.

Arrasate is a municipality located to the southwest of Guipuzcoa, the most populated region of Debagoiena.

San Juan, Maritxu Kajoi, San Nicolas and Santo Tomas are some of the most important festivities of Arrasate.

It is the capital of cooperativism, where the most important Basque cooperatives were created: Caja Laboral, Eroski, Fagor, Mondragon Unibertsitatea ... All of them belong to the Mondragon Cooperative Group.