Reverse geocoding uses the user’s location to search for places

This example shows how to search for places using coordinates (reverse geocoding) taken from the user’s location. Reverse geocoding transforms coordinates into place names.

In the example, the user’s location (derived from their IP address) is shown by default, but you can also enter some coordinates in the text boxes or click on the map to search for places at those coordinates.

An extension of MapLibre GL JS