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.