Yağlıdere is a town and district of Giresun Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey.The district covers an extension of the Giresun Mountains, including part of the valley of the Yağlıdere stream, which gives the district its name. When the mountain streams that feed the Yağlıdere are in full flood, they can become a threat.The hillsides are planted with hazelnuts, fruit trees, chestnuts, and other deciduous trees. Some tea and corn are grown, and animals graze on the higher slopes.
Yağlıdere which was founded in 1811 with a marketplace and a large mosque.The Rome Empire Justinian I built many bridges, churches, and monasteries.Many tourists visit the tomb of Sarı Halife in Tekkeköy or enjoy a taste of local meat. Many rest in Ayvat of Sinirköy (Sinoria) for a glass of tea.