For several decades there was a “Tourist Train” running from Cala Bona, through Cala Millor, Sa Coma and on to S’Illot.
This train, (tractor steam engine style & two carriages) was a wonderful attraction for tourists, and especially children.
The Sant Llorenç Council, refused to renew the train owners licence, this year. The resultant loss, has affected not only the tourists, but all the businesses in the afore mentioned Urbanisations.
I am at a complete loss , as to why this council did not renew the train licence. Having been a great favourite with thousands that holiday in this area on the east side of the island.
The Tourist Office Manager for that area, has proffered several excuses to both the tourists, and the business owners.
These excuses have become a laughing stock to all concerned.
When Majorca is trying to recover from a very serious economic recession. I fail to understand the Sant Llorenç Council’s actions, or is it non actions.
Something does not ring true, with this council’s decision. There are major losses of business revenue in this area, from ‘All Inclusive’ and a three month season.
Perhaps, through the authority of The Majorca Bulletin, you could question the Sant Llorenç Council--please ; To determine their inexplicable refusal to licence this train, which has been running every season for at least 30 Years. Thank You.