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Immediate area, no. Close, no, worth the drive, maybe. Nice thermal spring that bottoms out at 110', good vis 30-50' and 85 degrees. I was there in March this year and it is the best place I have seen for OWC. From what I understand a lot of shops from DF do their OWC there. The Shop also does a lot of VERY nice tours (diving at waterfalls, very cool!) in the area. Since I am from Texas, it's just a conversation from where you will be staying and best done as an overnight trip (two nights if you want to do the waterfall). A very unique couple of dives.
Drives in Mexico are measured in time not distance. It looks like about a 4 hour drive, but that is a wild guess on my part. The closest town is Rio Verde and from the maps that I have it looks like the easiest way to get there is through San Luis Potosi and then head east. Like I said, best done as an overnight trip. Drop Saul a line and get a much better estimate on drive times.