Over the winter, the Soller Railway closes for a time so that maintenance work can be carried out. It has now reopened, the company's president, Óscar Mayol, saying that it's not possible to carry out work without completely stopping the service. Most recent work has included the repair of 350 metres of track in the main tunnel. Since renewal of the concession ten years ago, an average of two million euros have been spent on maintenance each winter.
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Unless you’re a cyclist or a coach tour operator the Sa Calobra road being closed is not much of a deal beyond Sa Calobra itself. BUT there is a lot of chat online from cyclists about Formentor lighthouse being closed and now Sa Calobra. It could well deter many from coming over for a cycling holiday as these two destinations are hugely popular and are considered “musts” So getting their fingers out and finishing the works would be a priority, you would think. But the Formentor roadworks have been going on for well over a year, off and on. Doesn’t bode well for Sa Calobra.
Whilst the road to Sa Calobra is closed. Will there be an increase of passengers to Soller.?