I think that the place that you are probably referring to is Gaul. Julius Caesar is most famous (militarily) for his campaigns in that region of the Roman Empire. Caesar fought a series of wars against the Gauls for roughly 8 years in the 50s BC. These wars made him more famous than he already had been and they gave him a great deal of power.
It was Caesar's success in these wars in Gaul that allowed him to come to power in Rome. When Caesar was recalled from his post in Gaul in 50 BC, he brought his army with him, crossed the Rubicon, and launched the civil war that led to him taking power in Rome.
So Caesar's conquests in Gaul helped to make him powerful and famous and so I would say that these were his most important victories.