|Coordinates: 21°40′N 109°12′E / 21.667°N 109.200°E|
|Country||People's Republic of China|
|County seat||Lianzhou (廉州镇)|
|• Total||2,380 km2 (920 sq mi)|
|Elevation||12 m (40 ft)|
|• Density||390/km2 (1,000/sq mi)|
|Time zone||China Standard (UTC+8)|
Hepu (Postal: Hoppo; Chinese: 合浦; pinyin: Hépǔ) is a county under the administration of Beihai City in southeastern Guangxi, China. It borders Lianjiang (Guangdong) to the southeast, Bobai County to the northeast, the Gulf of Tonkin to the south, Qinzhou to the west, and Pubei County to the north. Then-Premier Li Peng called this place "the Southern Pearl County" (南珠之乡) in November 1992. The county was once known as Lianzhou (Postal: Limchow). It has an area of 2,380 km2 (920 sq mi) and a population of 930,914 as of 2003.
300,000 of the inhabitants are of Hakka descent.
- 1949–1950: Hepu administered Beihai as a town
- June 1965: administered by Qinzhou Region of Guangxi, prior
- July 1, 1987: administered by Beihai City
- Lianzhou (廉州镇), Dangjiang (党江镇), Xichang (西场镇), Shagang (沙岗镇), Wujia (乌家镇), Zhakou (闸口镇), Gongguan (公馆镇), Baisha (白沙镇), Shankou (山口镇), Shatian (沙田镇), Shiwan (石湾镇), Shikang (石康镇), Changle (常乐镇)
- Quzhang Township (曲樟乡), Xingdaohu Township (星岛湖乡)
- 2011年统计用区划代码和城乡划分代码：合浦县 (in Chinese). National Bureau of Statistics of the People's Republic of China. Retrieved 2013-01-04.