in the countryside
Average summer temperature:20 °C
Average winter temperature:-2,5 °C
Neradnovci is a little village forming part of the local administrative community of Šulinci in the municipality of Gornji Petrovci, in the furthest NE corner of Slovenia. It lies on the Mala Krka stream below the ridge along which the international border with Hungary runs. The Lenarčič Mill in the village is a well known attraction. In 2000 the municipality of Gornji Petrovci created a small lake next to the mill, with a children's playground, a picnic area and a space that can be used for events of various kinds. The mill attracts large numbers of visitors and is also a popular destination among cyclists. The village has a volunteer fire brigade, a sports club and a women's group. The fire station is also a community centre. Next to it the sports club has built a football pitch. The village is twinned with the village of Ženavlje and each year a social event is organised for the inhabitants of both villages. Most of the population of the Neradnovci are involved in farming in one way or another. The village currently has one pig farm and two chicken farms.