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1 tour from £795pp

Destination Overview

Known as the bridge between the East and West, Turkey is one of the few countries in the world that spans two continents, and with influences from the Middle East, the Mediterranean, the Balkans and Central Asia around every corner, a melting pot of cultures is just waiting to be discovered. Turkey’s Side is a captivating destination for a bridge holiday. This ancient city, with its rich archaeological heritage and stunning beaches, provides a unique backdrop for bridge sessions. The blend of historical wonders and Mediterranean beauty creates an ideal environment for both bridge learning and leisure activities. You don’t want to miss out! 

1 Holidays available from £795pp

Premier Bridge

With excellent dining in the beachfront restaurant and an ultra all-inclusive package, the 5-star Raga Side Hotel is a Mediterranean dream.

  • 7, 10 or 14 nights ultra all-inclusive accommodation
  • Return airport transfers from Antalya Airport
  • Services of an EBU-qualified director and friendly hosts
  • Varied bridge programme with Masterpoints and prizes awarded
  • Seminars twice weekly
  • Complimentary weekly laundry service
  • All
  • Low Single
  • Spa


  • 2024 3rd November 10th November
  • 2025 2nd November
  • By Air
  • Join Direct

Meet the

We’ve assembled a fantastic team of directors, hosts and teachers, all dedicated to providing an engaging and supportive bridge-playing environment.

Meet the Team
James and Jane Tullett

James and Jane Tullett

Jane brings her organisational and interpersonal skills to the forefront to make an excellent hosting team with her husband James. James has been playing bridge for over 30 years and is regularly picked for his county. Jane and James have travelled extensively in recent years to explore exotic parts of the world, such as Peru, Sri Lanka and Vietnam.
Colin Simcox

Colin Simcox

Colin Simcox is an EBU Panel Director who can be seen at many events, especially across the West Country and Wales. He was fortunate to learn bridge whilst at school, now some 40 years ago. Colin has been playing regularly ever since and has represented Somerset in the Tollemache Cup on many occasions, as well as the Corwen Trophy and Pachabo.