10. Tikal, Guatemala
9. Redwood National and State Parks, California
8. Ajim, Tunisia
7. Hardangerjøkulen Glacier, Norway
6. Twenty Mule Team Canyon, California
5. Mount Etna, Italy
Even though Mount Etna is an active volcano, it was given plenty of computer-generated lava to serve as Mustafar in Revenge of the Sith. Here, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker have their climactic lightsaber battle.
4. Whippendell Woods, United Kingdom
3. Grindelwald, Switzerland
2. Yuma Desert, Arizona
Rather than returning to Tunisia where the first film was shot, it was decided that the more economical Arizona would stand in as the setting for Tatooine in Return of the Jedi. One of the most memorable set pieces from the film was the Sarlacc Pit, which took over five months and over 5,500 workers to bring to life.
1. Villa Del Balbianello, Italy
The best part of the most hated scene in the Star Wars saga was the gorgeous views of the Italian countryside. The hideaway from Attack of the Clones is very much real, and it has drawn the likes of those who can afford it, such as George Clooney, who has a villa on Lake Como.