In order to microfacies studies of the Cretaceous deposits, a section called Korkouh was selected in Kerman province in Central Iran area. The Korkouh is on the Bidou Formation with angular unconformity and underlain by paleogene conglomerates with an erosional surface. The studied section basically contains lime and dolomitic limestone with the thickness of 146 meters with new fossils such as foraminifera, bivalves and bryozoans. In general, foraminifera obtained from Korkouh section indicate the existence of sediments in the age of Albian and Cenomanian. Based on microfacies studies on the section three facies belts have been identified in Karkouh section that include intertidal, lagoon and inner ramp. Studying of identified facies and comparing them with the present sedimentary environment showed that Korkouh outcrop facies have been deposited.