West Dorset Beaches
Sunrise : 06:55
Sunset  : 17:46

Dancing Ledge

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Dancing Ledge

Dancing Ledge - once a limestone quarry - is a National Trust property about a mile south of Langton Matravers village. From the village, Access is along good public footpaths across fields with a steep descent to the shore. It's a good sun-trap, and has some sea caves to the west side. The sea is deep here and it's a popular spot for snorkelling and coasteering.

Some fossils can be found here, but the area is an SSSI, and extracting these from the living rock is not permitted.

Looking west towards the caves
Looking west towards the caves
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