Alucra is a town and a district of Giresun Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey, 130 km (81 mi) from the city of Giresun. She was the district of Şebinkarahisar between 1924-1933.Kamışlı Kilisesi a church in the town centre.
Alucra is an inland district, high in the Giresun Mountains, in the upper reaches of the Kelkit River. The weather on the Black Sea coast is typically wet and humid but Alucra is high inland therefore much cooler in winter, when it snows, and then dry and hot in summer. The snow melts in March and April and the spring rains last until June, during these months the rivers are full. The countryside is high mountain and pasture, with fir tree cover on the north-facing mountainsides and bare southern faces.