Anger over delay to repairing sa Calobra road. | Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter
The Balearic Transport Federation (FEBT), which includes coach excursion companies, has expressed its concern about being unable to operate tours to sa Calobra, one of the most popular trips on the island, while the road is closed and has called on the Council of Mallorca for a swift solution that would allow the road to be reopened.
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Peter PerfectThere's quite a few tourists on the island at the moment. Obviously, not like in July, but the numbers booked fincas and villas and numbers of rental cars on the road give some indication of that. Not to mention bars and restaurants full of people not speaking Spanish or Mallorquí. Naturally, the resorts are ghost towns. Maybe that's why you think nobody's here. Oh, and outside the resorts, everything is open and busy as usual. But this story is a bit OTT. Sa Calobra is popular, but it's just one of many different attractions in Mallorca. I'm sure they'll sort it in enough time for the heavy traffic. The "tourist sector" isn't "losing money".
You are kidding right, is there anyone on the island at the moment. I bet most of the bars etc. are closed for winter anyway.