Beznovci is a little village on the edge of the Goričko region. The village has a total of 50 houses, which are home to around 180 inhabitants. It is divided into three separate parts: Stari (Old) Beznovci, Gres and Novi (New) Beznovci. A stream known simply as Potok ("stream") flows through the village. It rises near Grad and joins the Ledava at Strukovci. Agriculture is the main activity in the village. Farmers breed cattle and pigs, and there are also two chicken farms. The farmers' principal source of income is the sale of milk. Mechanisation on the farms makes the work somewhat easier. The villagers are well aware that "strength lies in unity", as the saying goes, and therefore maintain good neighbourly relations and help each other when they can. During the winter they turn their hands to old crafts such as basket weaving and the making of brooms from birch twigs or corn straw. It is encouraging that for the most part the young people continue their education at secondary school and beyond, and many of them already have a job or are looking for one, since they realise that small farms do not provide enough to live on. The village is flat and surrounded on all sides by plains, on which there are many carefully tended fields. There is also a small hill, called Lucar. What is there to do in Beznovci? You can stop at the village inn and visit the fallow deer farm. Another sight well worth seeing is the wonderful village chapel, dedicated to the patron saint of firefighters – St Florian. On the edge of the village stands a mill belonging to the Vučak family. Grain is no longer ground here, but instead it houses an oil mill, where pumpkin-seed oil is made. We hope that we have managed to give you some idea of our village and life in it. The village is home to good people who do all they can to make sure it is well-kept. They are proud to be able to spend their carefree youth in this wonderful place, home to hospitable and good-hearted people.