First a couple of views from further along the coast at Ravello (above Amalfi)
It certainly gives a good impression of the terrain involved, very steep terraced slopes
And closer from the bus
Maori beach looking east
Looking inland, up the river, which is now covered over on most of the main street, up towards the Chiunzi pass
Compared to the other beaches/harbours further to the west this is large and seems to be more gently shelving with less rocks.
Most of the town centre was washed away in floods in the 1950's so the whole front has been rebuilt in 60's styling
Once you get away from the terracing the hills are mainly covered in beech woods or coppiced sweet chestnuts, which are quite dense/impenetrable. Higher again you get rock/scrub vegetation