Luya Viejo District
|Founded||November 22 1918|
| 73.87 km2|
2,820 metres (9,252 ft)
|Population (as of the 2005 Census)|
|Mayor||Nilo Antonio Villacrez Chuquizuta|
The district covers an area of 73.87 km²; the district capital is located at an altitude of 2,820 m above sea level. The climate is dry moderate cold.
The District of Luya borders:
- To the North: Conila District, Santa Catalina District.
- To the South: Luya District, Lonya Chico District.
- To the East: St Kitts of Olto District, Santa Catalina District.
- To the West: Conila District.
The district has several attractive places for tourists, such as the ruins of the Chachapoya culture.