The village of Srbsko is on both banks of the river Berounka in the limestone valley. About 1Km from Srbsko is the joining of the brook Kačák with the river Berounka. In Srbsko is the joining of the river Berounka and the Bubovický brook known for its picturesque waterfalls at the foothill of Doutnáč Mount.
On the other side of the valley there is the joining of the river Berounka and the Kodský brook, this brook flows through the rugged valley with a tramping settlement The Valley of Horror (Údolí děsu) and further flows through the Cesar Valley (Císařská rokle) where is creates travertine pools.
The surroundings of Srbsko are created from limestone rocks with many caves. The biggest cave is Barrandova Cave which is 120m long and 45m deep. Beautiful nature, many points of interest in the wider surroundings, direct train link to Prague (train connection to Prague every ½ hour) makes the village a target for many tourists.