Bernartice is a market town in Písek District in the South Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 1,300 inhabitants.
Villages of Bilinka, Bojenice, Dvůr Leveč, Jestřebice, Kolišov, Ráb, Rakov, Srlín, Svatkovice and Zběšice are administrative parts of Bernartice.
The first written mention of Bernartice is from 1251.During World War II Bernartice was threatened by the arrival of the Nazis which would have given the village the similar of fate a nearby village Lidice where it was burned down. With the help of nearby locals 23 people were killed and five were sent to concentration camps.