The village of Skarinou is built at an average altitude of 190 meters above sea level and is the "heart" of Cyprus. It is on the road axis of the island that connects Nicosia, Limassol and Larnaka. Skarinou, built on the hillsides, with a dominant building, the church of Panagia Odigitria is one of the most picturesque villages in Cyprus. Its homes are built with local stone and preserve to a large extent their traditional folk architecture.
The green of the olive tree dominates the area of Skarinou, creating pictures that resemble a painting. The visitors of Scarinou is likely seeing painting reminders like farmers either to care for their land and their olive trees, or to harvest the fruit from their trees.
In the village, apart from the church of Panagia, there are also 2 chapels. Apostle Luke and St. George.
Skarinou became well-known throughout Cyprus for her station. Scarinou Station is located on the old road of Limassol - Nicosia.
The development of the community is general and today there are also several Agrotourism lodgings in Skarinou.