The Beneš-Mráz Be-60 Bestiola was a Czechslovakian light aircraft produced in the 1930s. The highwing monoplane had two side-by-side seats in an enclosed cabin braced wings and a fixed undercarriage. It was first flown in 1935 undergoing testing quickly. Twenty of these aircraft were then sent out to Czechoslovakian flying clubs from April to November 1936.
Made by Beneš-Mráz.