The dungeon is hidden near the Three-Eye Rock found in the coast of Eastern Hyrule, east from Old Kasuto Town. It can be accessed anytime when Link plays the Flute in that area. However, it requires Link to have the Magical Key from New Kasuto Town, as no keys are here to open the locked doors within.
This palace is made of pink-colored bricks, and is one of the only two dungeons (the other being Great Palace) that has fake floors (that is, hidden holes). It is also notable for being the only one with mini-bosses, two Rebonacks, where one is encountered before the boss of the Island Palace. Beating the first allows Link to gain the Cross, which useful to see invisible enemies. After the second Rebonack, Link finds an extra life and the path leading to Barba.
Minor Enemies and Traps
- Interestingly, both Barba and Rebonack still leave small keys after defeat, despite Link not needing them anymore.
|Names in Other Regions|
|Japanese||ミツメイワノシンデン (Mitsumeiwa no Shinden)||Three-Eye Rock Sanctuary|
|FrenchEU||Palais Caché||Hidden Palace|
Link finds the Cross after defeating Rebonack.
- Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 146
- "Three Eye Rock Palace
Located in southern Hyrule, Three Eye Rock Palace was visited by Link during his quest to recover the shards of the Magic Crystal and rouse Princess Zelda from her unnatural slumber. Within the Palace walls, Link found the Cross and defeated Barba." — The Great Hyrule Encyclopedia, Zelda.com (archive), retrieved January 24, 2022.
- "CALL FOR HELP AT THE THREE EYE ROCKS." — Hylian (The Adventure of Link)