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Elden Ring Sites Of Grace: All Grace locations in Elden Ring

Here's every single Site of Grace map location in Elden Ring

Elden Ring Site Of Grace
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Looking for every Site of Grace location in Elden Ring? Sites of Grace act as a checkpoint in Elden Ring, a vital resource where you can level up stats, fast travel to other Sites of Grace, choose Spirit Ashes, replenish flasks and allocate charges. As such they perform in a very similar way to the Dark Souls Bonfire mechanic and offer a slight reprieve from hunting down bosses.

In order to 100% the game and unlock fast travel, you'll want to explore each region and uncover every Site of Grace. With over 300 Sites of Grace in the game, this can be a tall order. Luckily, we've provided all Site of Grace map locations below, separated by region so you can easily find any you may have missed.

Every Site of Grace location in Elden Ring

Roundtable Hold

Table of Lost Grace in Elden Ring
Table of Lost Grace

Limgrave Site of Grace locations


Stranded Graveyard

Stranded Graveyard Grace in Elden Ring
Stranded Graveyard
Elden Ring Site Of Grace: Cave of Knowledge
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Weeping Peninsula

Stormveil Castle

Liurnia of the Lakes

Bellum Highway

Ruin-Strewn Precipice

Moonlight Altar

Academy of Raya Lucaria

Altus Plateau

Mt. Gelmir

Volcano Manor

Leyndell, Royal Capital

Subterranean Shunning Grounds

Leyndell, Ashen Capital


Swamp of Aeonia

Greyoll's Dragonbarrow

Forbidden Lands

Mountaintops of the Giants

Flame Peak

Consecrated Snowfield

Miquella’s Haligtree

Elphael, Brace of the Haligtree

Ainsel River

Ainsel River Main

Lake of Rot

Nokron, Eternal City

Siofra River

Moghwyn Palace

Deeproot Depths

Crumbling Farum Azula

Sites Of Grace explained

Elden Ring Site Of Grace
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Sites of Grace offer the following services:

  • Replenish flasks: Every time you rest at a Site of Grace your HP and FP bars will replenish, as will your Flasks of Crimson and Cerulean Tears and Flask of Wondrous Physick.
  • Fast travel: You can fast travel between Sites of Grace at no cost.
  • Spawn points: By now, you'll no doubt be familiar with the death loop of Elden Ring. Anytime you die you will respawn at the last Site of Grace you visited. This provides you with the opportunity to reevaluate your approach and devise a plan to retrieve your dropped runes (the location of which will be indicated on the bar at the top of the screen).
  • Level up: Spend your hard-earned runes at a Site of Grace to increase one of your core stats. See our best build guide for a better understanding of which stats you should prioritise based on your playstyle.
  • Respawn enemies: All enemies previously defeated will respawn once you rest at a Site of Grace. This doesn't include bosses, thankfully. This means you can establish a rune farming system, defeating enemies in a loop to build a collection of runes.
  • Pass time: This does what it says on the tin. Some enemies like the Death Rite Bird will only spawn at night, so it's good to be aware of this feature and save yourself some time.
  • Memorize Spell: With only a select amount of spell slots, this feature allows you to allocate your prepared incantations and sorceries. To unlock more slots, you'll need to find Memory Stones. See our Memory Stone locations guide for more assistance.
  • Sort Chest: Here you can offload unnecessary equipment and manage your equipment load in the process.
  • Apply Ashes of War: These can be applied to weapons or shields to grant them special skills and enchantments.
  • Alter Garmets: This will also require you to have Tailoring Tools, found by defeating the Demi-Human Chief boss in the Coastal Cave in western Limgrave.

How to find Sites of Grace

As explained by White Massk Varre when you first start his side quest, to find nearby Sites of Grace you can follow the golden beams of light. These originate from the Erdtree and are designed to give the Tarnished guidance on where to go. If you're having trouble knowing which regions or bosses to prioritise, check out our full Elden Ring walkthrough for more details.

Of course, finding the Sites of Grace and indeed any noteworthy area in Elden Ring is a lot simpler once you find the Map Fragment for each region. This effectively raises the mist on your map so you can see areas of interest. See our full Map Fragment locations guide for more details.

How many Sites of Grace are in Elden Ring?

By our count, there are a total of 314 Sites of Grace in Elden Ring, scattered across The Lands Between. Be sure to scroll through each of our map locations and check off the sites you have yet to visit!

That is every single Site of Grace in Elden Ring! Refer to this list when you're feeling like a completionist and want to see what you're missing. Speaking of completionism, check out our guides to every boss location and best armor in Elden Ring for more.

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