The Isle of Islay it the most southerly island of the Inner Hebrides. It is famous for its large number of single malt whisky distilleries. It is a very wild island and since it is the furthest away from the mainland, very few visitors come to Islay. The north part of Islay is known as Bolsa and it is a very nice and wild area for hiking.
The Isle of Jura is probably the loneliest place you can find in Scotland , there are only about 200 people who live on this island which is very large. Jura is worth a visit for its fantastic mountain scenery, The Paps of Jura are superb although is it more of an endurance test to go up to the top.
The Isle of Bute is a very small island that gets very busy during the summer time. Rothesay is the only town on the island and the Rothesay Castle is worth a visit. Mount Stuart, a Gothic Palace belonging to the Marquess of Bute is truly incredible and the gardens around, date back to 1717 and are amongst the finest in Europe.