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10. Lurelin Village Harbor

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Lurelin Village is Breath of the Wild’s tropical paradise, and just like any paradise, the supplies are overflowing. Located on the Southern coast of Hyrule, just west of Soka Point, Lurelin Village is a great location to stock up on fish, crabs, and other sea creatures. And if you’re willing to spend some time jewel hunting, the waters of Lurelin Bay are bursting with buried treasure.

  • Lurelin is a seaside village in the Faron province of Hyrule. It’s people are primarily fisherfolk, but they also raise Hateno cows. 
  • Lurelians build their houses around palm trees to gird their homes against the fierce storms that blow in from the Necluda Sea.
  • Lurelin Village is home to Hyrule’s only casino (in truth, a shack where you can place a bet that one of three chests will have more money than you put in). Once you raid the waters for jewels, why not gamble for the chance to triple your money?
  • How To Get There
  • Lurelin Village is located in Southeast Hyrule at the border of the Necluda and Faron provinces. It is surrounded by steep cliffs that protect the village from the interior lands.
  • The beach town can easily be found by following the road through Atun Valley east from Lake Floria and Ebara Forest.
  • Once you find Lurelin, Yah Rin shrine is located on a rock cliff just north of the village and the town can be easily accessed by teleportation.

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