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Soller Train and Tram Works

Winter's approaching fast and preparations are already being made to carry out some necessary maintenance

Winter's approaching fast and preparations are already being made to carry out some necessary maintenance and modernisation works on both the train and tram system in Soller. Obviously winter is
the best time to close the line from a financial point of view as passenger numbers are much less than in the busy summer season when the 100-year-old train and tram system is a major tourist
attraction.

So, the closures of the lines are as follows;

Tram from Soller to Puerto Soller – closed 9th to 24th December.

Train from Palma to Soller – closed December and January.

However, if you are planning a trip on the rickety old trains and trams when they are in full service, remember that you can buy a return ticket from Palma all the way down to the port – the
timetables coincide to make this easy – for only €28, a small saving on buying tickets separately. Please
be aware that the ticket office in Palma does NOT accept credit cards but only cash!

During the train closure it's still possible to get to Puerto Soller from Palma's Intermodal Station – bus, train, metro and bike – on two bus services which are extremely cheap. It's right by the
Soller train station, see our map below.

The 210 travels via the beautiful mountain towns of "/guide/sightseeing/valldemosa.htm">Valldemossa and Deia on its way down to the port along some winding roads with spectacular sea views.

The 211 takes the more direct route via the tunnel to Soller and onwards to the
port.

There are still plenty of bars and restaurants open down in Puerto Soller where you can have a pleasant lunch, a stroll along the promenade and a browse around the shops. Enjoy your trip.