We’ve all worked super hard in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet – we’ve battled hard, we’ve discovered Legendary Pokemon, and we’ve saved Paldea from destruction.
We’ve smashed it!
Now it’s time for us to enjoy some sightseeing like trainers without a care in the world. And what I want to find today are the 10 Sights of Paldea.
If you want to savour these sights with me, why not quickly learn how to take selfies so you can grab some social media worthy pics while on your travels.
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Where To Find The 10 Sights of Paldea In Pokemon Scarlet & Violet
Grand Olive Orchard Location:
Travel to Cortondo (East) Pokemon Center, then ride northeast until you find some hills – at the top of one of the hills is a plateau with a sign for the Grand Olive Orchard.
Colonnade Hollow Location:
You can travel either north from the Asado Desert Watchtower, or you can travel east from Porto Marinada; both routes will get you to Colonnade Hollow.
The Million Volt Skyline Location:
The name gives this one away – head to Levincia (North) Pokemon Center and ride southwest so you’re back in East Province (Area Three), then look for a cliffside that overlooks the Million Volt Skyline of Levincia.
Paldea’s Highest Peak Location:
Travel to Glaseado Gym and go northeast, there, atop a snowy peak, you’ll find Paldea’s Highest Peak.
Glaseado’s Grasp Location:
Travel to Glaseado Mountain Pokemon Center, in the northwest of Glaseado Mountain, then head southwest to a patch of snow surrounded by greenery – here you’ll find Glaseado’s Grasp.
Casseroya Falls Location:
Head northwest from Glaseado’s Grasp to the two waterfalls of Casseroya Lake. There, across a bridge, you’ll see the sign for Casseroya Falls.
Gracia Stones Location:
You can travel from Casseroya Falls for this one, or you can travel from Groundblight Shrine; in both instances, you need to go northwest until you come to the shores of the North Paldean Sea. On those shores will be a sign for Gracia Stones.
Leaking Tower of Paldea Location:
Fly to Alfornada, in South Province (Area Six), and travel northeast to where there’s a pond with a patch of land in its centre – this is the Leaking Tower of Paldea.
Secluded Beach Location:
You need to travel northeast from South Province (Area Five) Pokemon Center. If you haven’t located that yet, you can travel northeast from Grasswither Shrine to find the Secluded Beach.
Fury Falls Location:
Fly to the Firescourge Shrine and head slightly northwest. Alternatively, you can travel southwest from North Province (Area Two) Pokemon Center to find Fury Falls.
None of these locations need to be discovered in any particular order, and, sadly, you don’t get a prize for finding them all.
Still, they make for great photos, and provide even more locations for you to Fly to.
I hope you manage to see all the wonderful landmarks of Paldea!
If you fancy unlocking more hidden gems of the region, you might want to use my where to find Blue Stakes guide to discover some historically rich Paldea lore. Spoiler alert: Legendary Pokemon are involved!
Also, for anyone wanting to keep track of the latest Pokemon Scarlet & Violet mystery gift codes, we’ve got a full list so you never miss out on any exclusives!
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Emma has loved video games ever since she first saw Alex Kidd platforming across her TV screen. Since then, the 32 year old has dedicated an obscene number of hours to playing as many games as possible. When she isn’t obsessing over games, she spends her time honing her vinyl collection.