The current city Pertuis center is located on the Place Mirabeau, where the bell tower, which is the old castle keep, raised in 1607, now houses the Tourist Office. Walk down the street and visit Notre Dame on the right the wash Notre Dame, said " Lice." This is a " troglodyte " laundry established in 1882 in the wall of the city. Take rue Boileau Street Iron and just after the street right you will discover an old stall in which the merchant or craftsman spread his wares.
Continue on Rue Saint -Pierre at the end at the corner of the street, the house called François 1er. On October 5, 1522, after the invasion of Provence by Charles V., François 1er en route to Italy would have been welcome in this house. The mullion of the main facade is still guessing, but the monumental gate of the Rue Saint -Pierre Mannerist style that evokes the richness of this old house. On the place of the Angel ; Fountain of the angel who is the oldest fountain in the city, it was rebuilt in 1509 The current state dates from 1620 : octagonal pool, fluted urn ( ornament elongated oval shape ) in the center with four masks worn by time, pour water.
Also on the site of the Angel, said the Consuls, with his boss and his niche angle to St. cul- de-four House. This house was built significantly in the 17th century by the family or Spigoni Spain which gave the city many consuls.
Go straight to the Valiant and Low streets, you will see the Saint- Jacques Tower, the tower was also known around the Nais (place or hemp is rouisssait ). Open at the throat, that is to say towards the interior of the city houses two barrel-vaulted rooms murderous commander 3.
Go straight to the Salita street, take the Rue Saint- Jacques and the corner of rue du Four, is the laundry St. Jacques. Current fountain built by Louis - wash Chaffard, Mason City in 1851, has a buffet of water surmounted by a pediment, a pool of trefoil plan. Two small lateral drain into their water cannons.
Continue rue Grande Street and Beaujeu, discover the so-called Queen Jeanne, mythical name for a "small Mannerist palaces " of the late 16th century house.
Continue straight up the street from the church and you come to the church of St. Nicolas. Saint- Nicolas is one of the finest examples of Gothic style built in Provence. Turn right onto Rue Voltaire : City Hall, Pertuis shares a house from the late 14th century. But in 1793 the mansion of the family of Croze became City Hall.