Andalucia is the Spanish region of flamenco, bull fights and tapas, and this is where you will find white town of Villamartin up in the sierra of Cadiz. The town can be included on part of the pueblos blancos routes, which takes in various pretty and ancient white hilltop towns in and among the wild and beautiful mountainous country of the sierra.
In Villamartin you can soak up some Andaluz history and see the different architectural influences that tell the story of Spain's different time periods, conquests, and reconquests. Make sure you visit the 17th-century Iglesia de las Angustias, the Casas-Palacio de Los Topete y de los Ríos, and the Parroquia de Santa María de las Virtudes. You can stop by the fountain in the palm tree-shaded main square and get a feel of a small Spanish town going about its daily life.
Heading out of town you have the nearby Dolmen de Alberite, an archeological site from around 4000 BC.
From Villamartin you can get to the coast to explore the windswept golden beaches of the Costa De la Luz, a windsurfing and surfing paradise as well as one of the most unspoiled coastlines of the country, hugging the Atlantic.
Summer gets quite sweltering in the mountain towns, so you might want to visit in June or September when the weather is still wonderful, dry and sunny, but with less crowds and less heat.