Welcome to Pertuis, in the heart of Provence, an area that has managed to retain its traditions, beautiful landscapes and gentle way of life. Visit the markets, enjoy an evening stroll or go for a swim. This region, with its friendly, welcoming people, is the perfect place to recharge your batteries.
Enjoy a regenerating stay in unspoilt Provençal countryside.Whether you’re holidaying with family, friends or as a couple, this land of temptation between Luberon and Sainte-Victoire, is full of things to do but it’s also fine to do nothing at all! Pertuis is a town that is constantly changing and that never ceases to amaze. It’s pleasantly popular, authentically rough around the edges and is certainly no museum piece. Like all lively places, it’s filled with riches and contradictions. Jean-Jaurès square, with its café terraces, is at the heart of the town. The place abounds with prestigious and symbolically named streets and monuments, from Place Mirabeau, named after the famous orator, to Rue Danton, which leads to Cours de la République, and rue Voltaire which takes you to the Hôtel de Ville. Its wonderful historic centre is certainly worth exploring on foot. Recommended itinerary available free of charge from Tourist Office. There are a variety of unmissable events, shows and entertainment to be held in Pertuis, over the coming months; perfect for family and friends and open to all members of the public: March : Wine and fine food fair May : Flower fairJune : corso fleuri (procession of floral floats) and walking eventJune: music festivalJuly: Holiday Ink festivalJuly: Sun Art festivalAugust: festival big band festivalAugust: Pertuis beachAugust: National boules eventSeptember: heritage daysOctober: Provence Luberon marathon