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The Robert: Useful information on the municipality

The Robert: Useful information on the municipality

Temps de lecture : 2 minutes

Le Robert is a city of Martinique located in the central east of the island. It is the third city of Martinique in terms of population (behind Fort-de-France and the Lamentin). The city of Le Robert is especially known for facing one of the most striking bays and islets of the island!

The bay is protected by coral reefs and shallow waters composed of 10 islets: Ilet Petite Martinique, Rocher de la Grotte, Ilet aux rats, Ilet Boisseaux… And Chancel islet, the largest islet of Martinique and the perfect spot to observe iguanas in the wild ☺.

Le Robert was founded in 1837 and has based its economy since then on agriculture and artisanal fishing. The town also has an important tourist vocation. The commune has sugar cane lands which are now transformed into banana cultivation and to a lesser extent market gardeners supplying the town’s markets with fresh local produce. Agrotourism is beginning to take off.

The municipality of the Robert in 7 questions

How many inhabitants are there at Le Robert?

22719 inhabitants

Surface area and density of the municipality

Area: 47 km2
Density: 480 km2

What to do or see at Le Robert?

The islets of Le Robert are famous for the presence of an endemic species of iguana: the Lesser Antilles iguana (Iguana delicatissima);
Chapel at Pointe-Savane ;
The Saint-Joseph de Pontaléry chapel built by slaves in 1802, in homage to the Virgin Mary.

Where to sleep?

Coming soon

The best restaurants in the municipality

L’ifruimer – 69 Route Pointe Fort, 97231 – +596 18 08 57
Routoutou – 66 Rue du Courbaril, 97231 – +596 34 02 41
Restaurant G Faim – Cite Mansarde Catalogne, 97231, +596 68 38 97

Information about the Town Hall

Rue Vincent Allègre, 97231
+596 65 10 05
Opening Hours
Monday : from 07h30 to 13h30 from 14h30 to 17h00
From Tuesday to Wednesday: from 07:30 to 13:30
Thursdays: from 7:30 am to 1:30 pm from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Fridays: from 7:30 am to 1:30 pm

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