Black basalt and pale quartz sand, White Rocks Beach


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White Rocks Beach on Antrim’s north-facing coast is named after the chalk that comprises the majority of the cliffs.   The black boulders on the shore are volcanic basalt and lie partly submerged by pale sands formed largely from quartz.


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