Maps in QGIS
Basemaps in QGIS from MapTiler Cloud.
Add customized OpenStreetMap, terrain, and satellite layers with a few clicks.
Ready to use base maps for QGIS
Select from beautiful street and satellite maps of the entire world
How to install the plugin
The plugin is available directly from the “Official” QGIS Plugin repository. Installation can be done in a few easy steps.
The source code of the plugin and issue tracking is available from the GitHub repository.
- Open QGIS
- Click on menu “Plugins” -> “Manage and Install Plugins...”
- Search for “maptiler”
- Click on “Install Plugin”
- Restart QGIS after installation
OpenStreetMap basemap in QGIS
Vector basemaps are made of curated OpenStreetMap and other open data.
Together, they create a unique base map with great details worldwide.About the basemap
Print OpenStreetMap as vector maps
Add OpenStreetMap as vector tiles to your QGIS project. Export maps as SVG or PDF with the Print Composer for sharp printing.
Beautiful cloud-free satellite and high-resolution aerial imagery
Use our cloud-free satellite imagery as a stunning background to your data.
Zoom in into high-resolution aerial imagery in Europe, the USA, and Japan.Browse satellite map
Custom maps for QGIS
Maps from the plugin come from the MapTiler Cloud platform.
Customize the look & feel of maps, add your own data, and host on our reliable infrastructure.Read more about Customize tool
Work with global terrain data
Add terrain data for anywhere in the world to QGIS.
Use the terrain for:
- analytical applications
- 3D terrain modelling
Support for TileJSON and GL Style JSON
Use the plugin to load any map defined with Mapbox GL Style specification - from a URL you provide.
Add more raster external sources with a link to TileJSON. It is also possible to open maps.