Ferdows County (Persian: شهرستان فردوس) is a county in the northwest of South Khorasan Province in Iran. The capital of the county is Ferdows. The population of this county is about 40,000. After dividing the Khorasan province into 3 provinces, Ferdows County was initially a part of Razavi Khorasan province, but was incorporated within the borders of South Khorasan Province in March 2007.
Ferdows County borders Gonabad County and Bajestan County, to the north, Gonabad County and Sarayan County to the east, Boshruyeh County to the west and south and Tabas County to the south.
Ferdows is famous for its high quality Saffron and pomegranate.