The 10 Sights of Paldea are landmarks that showcase some of the region’s most unique sights. Discovering these not only gives you the opportunity to see what Paldea has to offer, but also adds convenient fast-travel locations to your map. For those wanting to get the most out of Generation Nine, finding these landmarks is a must. Here’s our guide on where to find the 10 Sights of Paldea in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.
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Where to find the 10 sights of Paldea in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet
Casseroya Lake is the largest body of water within Paldea’s borders. The huge lake is fed by a series of glorious waterfalls known as Casseroya Falls. People have even built bridges nearby giving you the opportunity to get a close-up look at this natural landmark.
This hollowed-out cliff face is among Paldea’s most interesting landmarks. Held up by a series of rock pillars, this unique landmass has become home to a variety of Pokémon including Dugtrio and Gible. You won’t find another area quite like this in Paldea or any other Pokémon region for that matter.
The 10 Sights of Paldea that can be found in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet are no stranger to waterfalls. What makes Fury Falls a little different is that it’s one waterfall that splits into two and then rejoins at the base. The woods surrounding Fury Falls are home to a variety of interesting Pokémon, so it’s certainly worth checking out.
Its name refers to this ice pillar’s resemblance to a human finger. It’s as though the mountain is reaching out to the heavens to become something more. In reality, this is just a big ice rock. It looks cool though, and there are plenty of powerful Ice-type Pokémon to encounter here.
The Gracia Stones aren’t the most interesting natural landmark Paldea has to offer. These are literally just three pointy rocks located on the northwest coastline. Perhaps the geologists among the Pokémon Scarlet and Violet playerbase can explain why this is one of the 10 Sights of Paldea.
Grand Olive Orchard
The first man-made entry on this list is the Grand Olive Orchard. This vast orchard is home to countless trees that supply natural resources to the nearby town of Cortondo. Be sure to greet the locals and see what Cortondo has to offer as you pass through here!
Leaking Tower of Paldea
A not-so-subtle reference to Italy’s Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Leaking Tower of Paldea is similar to its source of inspiration. There is one key difference, though. The Leaking Tower of Paldea is partially submerged in a body of water at the base of a large waterfall.
Million Volt Skyline
Levincia is Paldea’s take on a city that never sleeps. Home to the Electric-type gym, Levincia is known across the region for its spectacular skyline. Unfortunately, either the Switch’s hardware limitations or the seemingly rushed development of Scarlet and Violet holds this landmark back from being the most breathtaking of the 10 Sights of Paldea.
Paldea’s Highest Peak
Every Pokémon region has a peak, but few are as eye-catching as Paldea’s. Paldea’s Highest Peak is located at the tip of Glaseado Mountain. This frosty mountaintop offers players the opportunity to look over Paldea from a remarkable viewpoint. The Glaseado Gym is just around the corner too, so consider challenging gym leader Grusha if you haven’t already.
The Secluded Beach is a beach located in the southeastern corner of Paldea. As its name would suggest, it’s a little out of the way and rarely visited by anyone. Even so, quite a few interesting Pokémon found in Scarlet and Violet live here, making it one of the 10 Sights of Paldea well worth visiting. After all, you might just find a precious new team member in this sandy land.