It is in a paradise bay with turquoise water that Le Robert installed the houses of his city. Located on the Atlantic Ocean, the municipality has a barrier of coral, a deep sea and above all a cordon of islands, called islets, which protects its waters from the tumults of the ocean and the wind, sometimes violent. Le Robert has everything to please and particularly a privileged location on the island of Martinique. The islets are private, but some are visitable and this is where all the charm of the town resides. Indeed, it is on the islets that are the beaches of fine sand and not in edge of coast of the city.
The commune was born in 1694 under the impulse of Father Labat. If history does not say more, it emphasizes the resistance of the inhabitants. In fact, during the Second World War, the city was taken by the Germans. The famine began following the disruption of trade with the continent. But the inhabitants are ingenious and manufacture themselves everything they need. Finally, they managed to expel the Germans in June 1943 and regained their freedom.